Police Need Help Identifying Underwear

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

BOULDER, COLO. (AP) _ Boulder Police are asking for the public's help in finding the owners of several dozen pairs of women's underwear that investigators say were stolen by a suspected voyeur.

Police say they recovered the garments from the home of 44-year-old Wesley Cox of Boulder. Police spokeswoman Sarah Huntley says Cox was arrested on Halloween after he was caught videotaping a Boulder couple without their permission. She says neighbors saw him videotaping the couple through a window and held him down until officers arrived. Cox didn't immediately return a call seeking comment.

Police say a search of the camera turned up nude images of unidentified women, and a search of cox's home yielded scores of women's underwear and garments allegedly stolen by cox.

Photos of the items are available on the boulder police web site, the link is below this story. Authorities say they hope women will be able to identify the items as their missing undergarments, and help build the case against Cox.


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