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Chapel Hill police seek three victims of Halloween peeping

Posted January 19, 2012
Updated January 20, 2012

Chapel Hill police on Thursday asked for the public's help in a suspected peeping case.

In a news release, police said they received information on Oct. 31 about the incident and that evidence shows three college-aged women dressed as Christmas gifts getting ready for Halloween.

Investigators didn't specify what the evidence was or release any additional information, but they are asking that anyone with information or the identity of the women to contact the Chapel Hill Police Department at 919-968-2767, extension 131.


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  • ezLikeSundayMorning Jan 20, 2012

    I assume the women don't know someone was peeping at them and taking pictures or video. They need to get the victims to press charges so they can stop this person from doing it to others.

    Personally I don't care if someone sneaks a peek or even takes a picture, but the idea of them creeping outside my window does seem dangerous.

  • fayncmike Jan 20, 2012

    If the "victims" aren't concerned, why is anyone else?

  • john26 Jan 20, 2012

    Welcome to Chapel HIll!

  • abylelab -BT- Jan 20, 2012

    wow, vague enough for you? how about cropping their faces out of the "evidence" to make it easier for ppl to know if they know them?

  • Rebelyell55 Jan 20, 2012

    They got them self something to charge someone with, but without victim to file they're stuck huh?

  • Jakethesnake Jan 20, 2012

    ahhh who cares, it happens.

  • Shelley Cooper Jan 20, 2012

    why don't you get the professor to fire up the delorean to help?

  • lawha63 Jan 20, 2012