Video Shows Peeping Tom Suspect in Ferndale

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(Lt. William Wilson, Ferndale Police, Oct. 6, 2016)

Ferndale, MI – Ferndale Police are looking for a “Peeping Tom” who has been plaguing a GT ad 06neighborhood near Martin Rd. Park for the last month, particularly at the house of one particular woman.

His image has been caught on private security cameras. However, his identity is still unknown and the police are asking anybody with information that may identify this person to call the Ferndale Police Department or CRIMESTOPPERS.

Police are assuming this sexual predator is not only a nuisance, but poses obvious danger to the women of the community.

If this man is not inclined to engage in more aggressive or assaultive behavior, he is encouraged to contact the police himself to explain his actions.

The suspect appears to be:

  • White male
  • Thin build
  • Wearing plastic rimmed glasses
  • Wearing a beanie type of cap

The man has predominantly been in the neighborhood bordered on the north by Woodward Heights, on the south by Orchard, on the West by Hilton Road, and on the east by Bonner.

I am attaching small video clips.  They only have short black and white clips, but hopefully somebody might recognize the suspect if they know him.

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