CORVALLIS, Ore. – After hearing reports of an intruder in Corvallis Wednesday, a third woman came to police with a similar story Thursday.
A woman who lives on the 2200 block of Northwest Harrison Boulevard told officers she awoke at 1:45 a.m. to a strange man standing in her room, watching her. The man fled the residence through the front door after realizing the victim was awake.
One of the victim's roommates later reported her undergarments were taken from her dresser and placed on her bed. Neither woman was hurt.
A neighbor reported waking between midnight and 3 a.m. to find an unknown male standing in the doorway facing her. She said she spoke to the suspect, who then fled.
On Thursday, another victim reported a similar crime to police after hearing about the two earlier incidents.
She told police that a man entered her bedroom in the 2300 block of Northwest Harrison Boulevard around 2 a.m. and woke her up after he grabbing her foot. After she spoke to the intruder he fled the home. The woman's roommate told police some of her clothing in her bedroom had been moved, but nothing was missing.
The suspect was described as white, about six feet tall, with a thin build. He was wearing a dark colored, hooded sweatshirt, with the hood pulled over his head. One victim stated the suspect was wearing dark colored shorts.
Anyone with information was asked to call Detective Brett Roach at (541) 766-6924.