Police ask public to help locate peeping Tom caught on camera


FISHERS, Ind. (WXIN) – The Fishers Police Department is asking the public to help locate a peeping Tom.

A homeowner in the 14000 block of Meadow Lake Drive told officers that an unknown male has looked into the windows of their residence on at least two separate occasions recently.

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An Indiana police department is asking the public for help identifying a man caught on camera looking into the windows of a Fishers home on at least two separate occasions recently.
An Indiana police department is asking the public for help identifying a man caught on camera looking into the windows of a Fishers home on at least two separate occasions recently.
An Indiana police department is asking the public for help identifying a man caught on camera looking into the windows of a Fishers home on at least two separate occasions recently.
An Indiana police department is asking the public for help identifying a man caught on camera looking into the windows of a Fishers home on at least two separate occasions recently.
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"You should feel safe (in your own home) and he's taking that away from these residents," Fishers Police Officer Shawn Wynn said. "We don't know if he's targeted other homes or not, but at this point it's a concern for us because it' safety concern for Fishers."

Fortunately, surveillance cameras on the residence captured video of the suspect. Based on the images, police have determined that he is white with an average build and he was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt at the time.

Tuesday night, Fishers police say a subject matching the suspect's description was seen walking towards the home. Officers attempted to make contact with him, but police say he quickly fled on foot.

Anyone who recognizes the subject or has any information regarding his identity is asked to contact Fishers Police Detective Ruble at 317- 595-3319.

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