Campus police at California State University Northridge are searching for a person they say took pictures of a woman inside a campus restroom, exactly one month after a similar incident happened in that same bathroom.
The suspected peeper reached over a bathroom stall and used a cellphone to take a picture of the woman inside, CSUN police said in a news release.
It happened about 8 p.m. in a first-floor women's restroom in Bayramian Hall on Oct. 16, campus police said.
The victim did not see the intruder’s face but described the clothing he or she was wearing as a green shirt, dark jeans and black “skater” shoes, police said.
A similar incident happened in the same restroom last month, police said. That earlier intrusion happened about 6 p.m. Sept. 16.
In that cae, the victim described a white male with blond hair and red clothing holding a white plastic phone case with a design on it.
Anyone with information is urged to call CSUN police at 818-677-3826 or 818-677-3901.
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