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17-year-old says prowler peeped in bathroom window

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Deputies said they were called to the home where the victim claimed she was partially undressed in her bathroom when she thought she saw someone trying to record video of her though this bathroom window. (May 28,2014/FOX Carolina) Deputies said they were called to the home where the victim claimed she was partially undressed in her bathroom when she thought she saw someone trying to record video of her though this bathroom window. (May 28,2014/FOX Carolina)
UNION, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Deputies in Union County are searching for a possible peeping Tom after a woman reported two incidents at her home on Jones Ford Road.

Deputies said they were called to the home in reference to a prowler on Monday, when the victim, 17-year-old Kimberly Lawson claimed she was partially undressed in her bathroom when she thought she saw someone trying to record video of her through a bathroom window.

"I turned around and I saw a phone and it was kind of like moving up and down. At first, I thought it was a moth because it had little white," Kimberly Lawson said. "I ducked down because I was scared and I ran out of the bathroom and into the house."

Deputies said K-9 units searched the nearby area but did not locate a suspect.

Deputies said they were called back to the home again on Tuesday night after Lawson saw someone in her yard with flashlights, and that lights had unexplainably been flipped on inside her home.

Again deputies said they searched the surrounding area, but didn't find anyone.

Deputies ask anyone with any information to call the sheriff's office at 864-429-1612.

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