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Police Seek to Identify Peeping Jane Suspects at Germantown Indoor Pool

July 30, 2018

 The Maryland-National Capital Park Police-Montgomery County Division are asking the public for information about a number of individuals who were taking photos of people changing in the locker room of the South Germantown Indoor Swim Center in Boyds earlier this month.

    According to Captain Nicole Adams with MNC Park Police, on Sunday evening, July 8 at about 6:20 pm, park police were called to the swim center at 18000 Central Park Drive in Boyds for a disturbance in the men’s locker room. Police investigation revealed one male and three female suspects were being disorderly and photographing naked patrons as they changed clothes in the men’s locker room.  The suspects had left the scene prior to officer’s response, however, surveillance cameras in and around the swim center revealed suspects related to this incident.

   Investigators are asking the public to assist with the identification of these suspects: one black male and three black females. An additional male attempted to get the females out of the men’s locker room. The male pictured was allegedly encouraging the females to remain in locker room. Police believe the suspects may be from the Baltimore area.

   Anyone with additional information regarding this incident or suspects should call Detective Crystal Lopez at 301929-2774.

 

Photos courtesy MNC Park Police.

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