Peeping Tom reported on campus Saturday

Marshall Dunham

The Colorado State University Public Safety Team is warning the public to report suspicious activity following reports of a peeping Tom incident on campus Saturday. 

According to an email from the CSUPST, the incident occurred in Summit Hall Feb. 15 at approximately 10 p.m. 


The incident involved a man looking into a woman’s window.

“When she saw him, he showed her his phone, which displayed adult pornography, and he yelled and made sexually suggestive gestures at her,” reads the email.

Although police were unable to locate a suspect in the area, he was described as a “middle-aged man, darker (complexion), race unknown, with a beard, wearing a flat-brim baseball cap,” according to the email. 

In an email to The Collegian, CSUPD Public Information Officer Dell Rae Ciaravola explained there were no additional details as of 11:30 a.m. Sunday.

Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call CSUPD at 970-491-6425, and anyone who witnesses suspicious activity outside of their residences are encouraged to dial 911 immediately.

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