Police obtained photographs and videos from the suspect's phone, all of which appear to have been taken inside of other people's homes.
A "peeping Tom" has been arrested after Boulder Police were "initially notified by a law enforcement agency last week," according to police officials. The suspect was arrested. The officers discovered several "sensitive" pictures on the individual's phone that appear to have been taken in the Boulder area and show images and videos of the insides of people’s homes in the University Hill area.
Boulder police investigate ‘peeping tom’ incidents and seek public assistancehttps://t.co/ogPqnCoViv— Boulder Police Dept. (@boulderpolice) October 13, 2020
An investigation is ongoing, and the Boulder Police Department is hoping the public can help identify the homes and victims involved.
In a statement on Tuesday, October 13, Boulder Police shared that the photographs and videos were intrusive and "showed victims in intimate activities." They estimate that the incidents occurred between April 19 and September 30 of this year.
Boulder Police has posted some of the photographs online, and they can be viewed at www.boulderpdapp.com/photoreview. We are not posting them here to respect the privacy of potential victims, however, if you think you or anyone you know may have been affected, please look at the gallery linked.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Boulder Police Department Detective Erin Starks at 303-441-3067 or email at email@example.com. They hope to gather the names and addresses of those who were victimized to help in prosecuting the case.
Please be safe out there and make sure you're aware of what's going on outside your homes as well as inside.