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'Terrified': Apparent 'Peeping Tom' Worries Pembroke Pines Family



    Pembroke Pines Peeper Caught on Camera

    Police are looking for a possible Peeping Tom who was caught on surveillance video looking through the windows of a Pembroke Pines home. NBC 6's Marissa Bagg reports.

    (Published Monday, Jan. 7, 2019)

    A possible "Peeping Tom" in Pembroke Pines has concerned one family.

    A man was caught on camera pacing back and forth in the backyard of a Pembroke Pines home in recent days. In at least one video, it appears that he looks through a window.

    The homeowner said the man's shown up at least three times – always at about 10:30 p.m.

    “There’s like a pattern every day at the same time," a family member said. "Not sure what his intentions are, but it’s just not normal.”

    Man Caught Looking Into House Several Times

    [MI] Man Caught Looking Into House Several Times

    NBC 6's Laura Rodriguez reports on a possible 'Peeping Tom' in Pembroke Pines.

    (Published Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019)

    The latest apparent incident occurred Saturday. The family, already aware of the activity, received an alert on their phone and they smacked a window to scare him away.

    “My mom was terrified. She couldn't sleep. She was just looking at her cell phone and her cameras all the time, nervous," a family member said.

    The residents believe the man lives in the same neighborhood. They hope police can put an end to the situation.

    "I do have children. You know, I’m afraid for my children. I’m afraid that they’re going to do something to my parents while I’m away," a family member said.

    Anyone with information is urged to call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477.

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