Boulder police investigate ‘peeping tom’ incidents and seek public assistance

Posted on 10/14/2020 at 01:50 am
Kevin Marples


BOULDER, Colo – The Boulder Police Department is currently investigating a series of “peeping tom” incidents that occurred between April 19 and Sept. 30. Police were initially notified by another law enforcement agency last week after they had arrested a “peeping tom” in their jurisdiction. After executing a search warrant on the suspect’s phone, multiple images and videos were located. These items were sensitive in nature and showed victims in intimate activities. Through further investigation, law enforcement identified multiple videos that were possibly taken in Boulder in the area of University Hill.

Police do not currently have enough information to identify specific addresses to attempt to contact victims of this activity. For this reason, the Boulder Police Department is asking the public for assistance in gathering further evidence which may be used in the subsequent criminal prosecution of the alleged suspect.

Detectives have collected still images of the locations in the digital videos and posted those images at www.boulderpdapp.com/photoreview. These images do not show any of the victims and only show the interior of rooms captured during the suspect’s recordings. The goal of posting these files is to help identify potential victims. If you believe your room or residence is pictured in these photos, please contact Boulder Police Department Detective Erin Starks at 303-441-3067 or starkse@bouldercolorado.gov.


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