The University of North Dakota Police Department has released surveillance camera footage of man they say is a "person of interest" in an incident where a man allegedly broke into a sorority at UND and took photos in the early morning hours of Monday, Nov. 11.
The person can be seen crossing University Avenue at around 4:55 a.m. UND police ask anyone with information to contact Detective Carlos Caro at 701-777-3491 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. UND police can also be reached through a private message on Facebook.
GRAND FORKS — University of North Dakota Police police officers responded to reports of a burglary on Monday, Nov. 11, at Gamma Phi Beta sorority, 3300 University Ave.
Officers were dispatched to the sorority at approximately 5:30 a.m. after a suspect reportedly gained entry to the house and was observed taking pictures before fleeing the area. The suspect is described as a man between 5'5" and 5'8" wearing dark-colored clothing.
UND Police Lt. Danny Weigel said nothing is found to have been taken from the house. The investigation is ongoing, and he said campus police intend to review security footage in the area.
"If there's any other information or descriptor or image of the person, hopefully we'll be able to put that out to the public as well," he said.
Although Weigel said burglary on campus happens infrequently, he reminded residents to keep their homes locked and to contact law enforcement about any suspicious activity. Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact the UND police at 701-777-3491.
Women from the sorority declined to comment on the incident.