January 11, 2019 12:11 am

RCMP seeking potential victims after alleged UBC toilet voyeur incident

University RCMP say a man allegedly held his cell phone up over the barrier in a bathroom on campus last week.

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RCMP at UBC are asking for potential victims to come forward, after someone reported a bathroom voyeur.

According to police, the reported incident happened in the 6300-block of Agronomy Road, just before 10 p.m. last Thursday.

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The alleged victim told police they were using the facilities when someone placed their cell phone over the top of the bathroom stall.

The phone had a distinctive case, which was black with a cubed and striped pattern, police said.

The alleged victim initially called campus security, who alerted RCMP when they arrived on scene.

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Police detained a man on site whom they believe to be the suspect. He was arrested for obstruction, but later released, according to University RCMP.

Anyone who has had a similar experience is urged to contact the University RCMP at 604-224-1322.

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