Police seek leads after suspect snuck into bedroom of Layton home where mother, baby slept

LAYTON, Utah, May 15, 2018 (Gephardt Daily) — Layton police are searching for a suspect who snuck into the downstairs bedroom of a home early Monday morning and exposed himself while a mother and her baby slept.

A news release from Layton City Police Department Lt. Travis Lyman said the incident happened at 3:40 a.m. when the man seen in baby cam video entered a home near 2500 E. 200 South.

“The baby cam captured footage of him walking around the bedroom exposing himself and standing next to the bed and crib where a woman and her baby slept,” Lyman said.

Police added the baby’s father became suspicious around 5 a.m. that day and believed someone may have entered his home after noticing some lights off and other things which were out of place. The family then checked the baby cam footage and found video of suspect.

There were other adults asleep in the home at the time, but nobody woke up while the suspect was there. Nothing has been reported as stolen from the home, Lyman said.

The suspect appears to be thin, wearing dark jeans, slip-on shoes, a light, possibly multi-colored sweatshirt, a wedding band, and carrying an iPhone with a case showing the Apple symbol through a cutout, officials said.

“If anyone recognizes his mannerisms or clothing or knows anything about this case, please message us or call,” the news release said. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Layton City Police Department on 801-497-8300 and reference incident number 18-07370.



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