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Police Seek Man Invading Jackson Homes

August 13, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Town of Jackson No Comments
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Jackson police are looking for a man who has reportedly been entering occupied residents in the early morning hours and having inappropriate contact with female residents who were sleeping.  According to Lieutenant Cole Nethercott, the reported incidents have all occurred in residential areas of south and east Jackson. In each case, the witness described the suspect to possibly be a Latino male who spoke Spanish, but little else is known about the suspect’s physical description.  Nethercott says police are trying to determine if there are other unreported cases with similar circumstances.  He says anyone who has or thinks they may have any information that would aid in identifying the suspect is strongly urged to contact Detective Corporal Andy Pearson at the police department.  In the meantime, he says people can take simple steps to protect themselves from such home invasions including locking doors and windows at night, pulling curtains closed after dark and considering the installation of motion-activated security lights outside.

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