A Temple University student says a peeping tom was snapping pictures through her window.
"It's right out here where we saw it."
This Temple University student doesn't want to show her face after what she says happened to her.
"I saw a flash in my window. I screamed and I freaked out," she said. The victim says she had just gotten out of the shower around 10:30 Monday night. She was in the bedroom of her off campus apartment on North 15th Street when she noticed a camera flash through her blinds.
"I had my shades down but there's a little space between the bars, my window and the blinds. So I guess he saw right in between." She says her boyfriend was there at the time and ran out to catch the guy but let him go because he wasn't sure if it was the suspect until they got surveillance video from the apartment building. It shows a guy at her window and it captures what appears to be a camera flash like the victim described. He then hops the fence crossing over onto a different property and takes off.
"I just don't want this guy to be out there doing this to other people and not knowing about it," she said. The victim is now worried what the suspect saw and what he may do with the whatever he captured on camera.
"He could have easily taken pictures of me with the lights on like without his flash. He could have easily seen inside my apartment so who knows what he has on his computer phone."
The victim says this same thing happened to her last month. She and her roommate were home and both saw the suspect. Police have not confirmed whether the person in the video is who they’re looking for or if the two incidents are related.