Cornell police investigating camera found in women's bathroom on campus

May 16, 2014

The Cornell University Police Department is reaching out for help identifying a man they believe may be connected with a camera that was found in a women's bathroom in a campus residence hall this morning. The camera was discovered shortly before 9am by a staff member.

A man police believe may be involved with a hidden camera on the Cornell campus. Photo provided by CUPD.A man police believe may be involved with a hidden camera on the Cornell campus. Photo provided by CUPD.CUPD says the staff member who found the covertly placed camera in a first-floor women's bathroom in Jameson Hall alerted a supervisor, who informed police. Investigators are examining images on the camera for possible leads, and are reaching out to the community for help identifying the man pictured in this photo. 

George Jameson Hall, originally referred to as High Rise 1, is one of the residence halls on Cornell's North Campus. The building houses about 230 students, mostly freshmen.

Cornell's Jameson Hall. 14850 file photo.Cornell's Jameson Hall. 14850 file photo.Cornell asks that anyone who can identify the man pictured, or who has any other information regarding the incident, contact CUPD by phone at 607-255-1111, via e-mail at cup-inv@cornell.edu, or via Cornell's anonymous Silent Witness tip hotline.

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