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home : news : local news August 17, 2017


8/9/2017 11:39:00 AM
Fishers police looking for peeping tom
Photo providedFishers Police are looking for this man, caught on a home surveillance camera, peeping in a Fishers' home. Anyone with information should contact Fishers Police at 317-595-3319.
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Fishers Police are looking for this man, caught on a home surveillance camera, peeping in a Fishers' home. Anyone with information should contact Fishers Police at 317-595-3319.
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FISHERS - The Fishers Police Department is currently investigating a report of a peeping Tom in the 14000 block of Meadow Lake Drive.

Recently, on two separate occasions, an unknown male has been seen looking into the windows of one certain residence. At this time, it is unknown if other homes have been targeted.

The Fishers Police Department is asking for your help in locating this subject. Fortunately, the male suspect's image was captured by surveillance cameras on the residence.

Based on the image, it has been determined that the suspect is a white male with an average build. In the video footage, he is seen wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt.

Tuesday, a subject matching this description was seen walking towards the residence. Fishers Police Officers attempted to make contact with that subject, but he quickly fled on foot. Officers were then unable to locate him.

If you recognize the subject or have any information regarding his identity, please contact Fishers Police Detective Ruble at 317-595-3319.







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