Campus Police identify person of interest in residence hall intrusions

By Chelsea LoCascio
Managing Editor

Campus Police have identified a person of interest in the recent residence hall intrusions, according to an email sent to the campus community by John Collins, Campus Police chief and director of Campus Security, on Thursday, Oct. 27.

Campus Police believe the individual in the photo is a person of interest in recent on-campus residence hall intrusions. (Photo courtesy of Campus Police)
Campus Police believe the individual in the photo is a person of interest in recent on-campus residence hall intrusions. (Photo courtesy of Campus Police)

The email included image attachments of a white male in his mid-20s, about 5-foot-9, with a thin to medium build, dark hair and a beard. These pictures were obtained by reviewing footage recorded by Cromwell Hall’s security camera on the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 19. No students who matched the person in the images swiped into the hall during that night, according to the email.

“Our records show that this individual did not swipe into the building, which underscores the importance of not allowing people to ‘tailgate’ in behind you, or slip in as you are leaving,” Collins wrote in the email.

Anyone with more information on the individual in the images or additional information should contact Campus Police at 609-771-2167 at any hour, and call 911 if anything suspicious or of concern occurs.