Braintree police seek public’s help in ‘Peeping Tom’ investigation

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BRAINTREE — The Braintree Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect involved in multiple “Peeping Tom” incidents that have primarily occurred since November, with some possibly dating back to 2021.

Residents in the Alida Road area and the Angela Road neighborhood have reported a series of invasive incidents where a man has been secretly watching or recording young females inside their homes.

The suspect is described as a light-skinned male of average height and build.

Police have been following up on investigative leads and have increased their presence in the affected neighborhoods with both marked and undercover patrols.

However, they acknowledge the importance of community involvement in resolving these cases and urge residents to review any footage from their home surveillance systems for potential evidence.

“Our neighbors will be our best source of information to identify this person,” the department stated, emphasizing the crucial role of community assistance.

Despite these incidents being classified as misdemeanors, they are acknowledged as significantly distressing and violating for the victims.

The Braintree Police Department reminds residents to remain alert and report any suspicious activities.

They are determined to ensure a safe environment in the community and welcome any information that could aid in the investigation.

Anyone with relevant information is encouraged to contact the Braintree Police Detective Division at 781-794-8620.

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