Police Looking for Suspected JCCC Bathroom Camera Creep

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Police are looking for a man suspected of taking a camera into a women’s restroom on the Johnson County Community College campus.

According to JCCC Police, a college employee reported that a man with a camera was seen in the women’s restroom on the third floor of the Student Center.

A security camera captured this picture of a man outside the women’s restroom, and police want to talk to him.

The suspect is described as a white male, mid-20’s, approximately 6′ 0″ tall, 150-165 lbs., short black hair, wearing glasses and a white shirt with possibly a grayish colored stripe around the shoulder area.

JCCC Police say that additional officers will be patrolling the campus on Wednesday.

“Our major concern is the safety of the employees and students on campus and so the police department is patrolling and they all have pictures of this individual,” said Jerry Wolfskill, Associate V.P. of Public Safety at the college. “Our hope is that someone will come forward and say we know who that person is.”

Students are alarmed at the news.

“That is definitely a major concern. It’s very appalling and shocking and it’s definitely something I’m going to think about now when I go into the bathrooms and watch out,” said student Leslie Tremblay.

If you see the suspect or have further information, please call the JCCC Police at 913-469-8500, ext. 4112.



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