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Police seek intruder who watched women having sex

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Two Santa Fe women looked up from their sexual liaison early today to find a strange man watching them in their sexual encounter, Santa Fe police said.

The women called police about 30 minutes after they pushed the man outside of their Calle Lorca apartment, said Lt. Andrea Dobyns.

The voyeur “had heard them (having sex) so came inside and watched for a while until they noticed,” said Dobyns. The women asked, “‘What are you doing?’” before pushing the suspect out the door, according to Dobyns..

The man had entered through an unlocked door and the women said they had never seen him before, according to Dobyns. The man fled on foot and is described as Hispanic, about 35 to 40, 5-feet 6-inches tall, weighing 175 to 200 pounds and unshaven with acne scars.

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