Peeping Tom on the loose in Oshawa, Ontario

Police are appealing to all residents of Durham Region to report any incidents involving night-time trespassers on or near their residential properties.

On Thursday July 8, 2010 at approximately 12:45 a.m. officers from Central East Division responded to a residence on Niagara Street for a suspicious person call. The female resident at this location had observed a lone male peering into her basement bathroom window. The suspect fled upon detection by the victim. Responding officers searched the vicinity with negative results. To date, no arrests have been made. The suspect is described as: male, white, with brown hair and unknown clothing.

The second incident occurred multiple times at the same residence on Erindale Circle in Oshawa during the last two weeks of July. The female residents at this location reported seeing an unknown male suspect on several different occasions, peering into the windows of their residence. Upon detection by the victim, the suspect would flee into a wooded area nearby. Responding officers searched the vicinity each time with negative results. To date, no arrests have been made. The suspect is described as: male, white, 18-25 years, short black or brown hair.

Both investigations are ongoing and police are appealing for information leading to the identities of those suspects responsible. It is not known if these reported occurrences are related.

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