UCF Police investigating reported voyeurism incident in women’s restroom

ORLANDO, Fla. — University of Central Florida police are looking for a voyeurism suspect who they believe could be a habitual offender.


According to police, a woman was using the restroom on the first floor of the engineering center around 6 p.m. Wednesday when she saw someone holding a phone over the stall divider.

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The victim told police she followed the suspect out of the restroom and confronted him, but he left the area before police could respond.

Police described the suspect as a black man wearing a black t-shirt and black pants with a yellow stripe on the leg, and black and red slippers with the “Champion” brand logo on them.

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UCF police say they have reason to believe the suspect is committing similar crimes in other places.

They’re asking anyone who thinks they may be a potential victim, or who can help identify the suspect to call their non-emergency line at (407) 823-5555.

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UCF has a number of resources for crime victims seeking help. Victim specialists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling (407) 823-1200, or texting (407) 823-6868.

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