Man sneaks into female students’ beds at North Carolina State University
Two students at North Carolina State University say a man snuck into their off-campus home and crawled into bed with them.
The women say he fondled them and then ran off.
Campus police at North Carolina State University are warning students and staff about a home intruder who climbed into bed with two sleeping female students and ran away when one of them woke up early Friday morning.
Jim Sughrue, a spokesman for the Raleigh Police Department, says it’s not the first time they’ve received such a report.
Since February 2011, investigators have received reports of nine similar cases in neighborhoods north of Hillsborough Street near N.C. State, but the victims usually have a limited description of the intruder, making it difficult to determine if they are related.
Sughrue said it’s impossible to say if the latest case is related.
It happened shortly before 4:30 a.m., when a man walked into an unlocked home on Chamberlain Street and rubbed the legs and backs of two women living there. No one was injured, and police said there was no indication that the man had a weapon.
He was described as black, approximately 6 feet tall, with a muscular build, dark complexion and a short afro. He was wearing a dark-colored T-shirt and jeans.
i think that people should feel safe in their home.
Again, that intruder is still at large.
Tonight police are encouraging those students to keep their doors locked and blinds closed.
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