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Police: Intruder watching women sleep near OSU campus

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Two female neighbors in Corvallis told police someone broke into their bedrooms early in the morning and in one case watched the victim as she slept.

The first victim said she woke up at 1:45 a.m. Wednesday to find an unknown male in her room watching her. She said when the intruder realized she was awake, he took off.

It happened on Northwest Harrison Boulevard, near the Oregon State University campus.

One of the victim's roommates was not home at the time, but reported her underwear was removed from her dresser and placed on her bed.

During the investigation, officers contacted a neighbor who reported a similar incident. She told police she was asleep between midnight and 3 a.m. when she heard her door open.

She said an unknown male was standing in the doorway facing her. She said she spoke to him, but he ran away.

The suspect in both incidents is described as a white man, 6' tall with a thin build. He was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt with the hood pulled over his head. One victim said the suspect was wearing dark-colored shorts.

No one was hurt and no property was stolen from either location.

If you know anything about these cases, call detectives at 541-766-6924.

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