• Possible predator investigated on TU campus

    By: Lynn Casey

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • TPD received four reports of a man going into TU students’ dorm rooms
    • Two reported the man touching them when they woke up
    • TU warns students on and near campus not to drop their guard during summer

    Tulsa police worry a possible serial predator could progress his behavior, and the University of Tulsa wants students to remain on their guard.

    TU campus police and TPD opened an investigation after receiving four reports of a man coming into female TU students’ dorm rooms. Police worry the situation happened in other cases where students may not have woken up.

    In all four cases, the students dorm and student apartment doors were unlocked. In two of the cases, the women reported waking up to the man touching them.

    All four reports described a man with a slight build around 5 feet 11 inches. Officers are treating the case as if the same man is committing these crimes.

    Officers told FOX23 they worry he will progress his behavior, and they want to stop him before he rapes someone.

    Investigators are not sure if the man is a student or nearby resident. They want all residents to lock their doors.

    The university specifically warned those who live on and around the campus not to drop their guard because of the summer.

     

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