Police are looking for two persons of interest who may be connected to peeping Tom cases in Long Beach.
Police are looking for two persons of interest—an unidentified man (left) and Frederick Terrence Harvey (right)—who may be connected to peeping Tom cases in Long Beach. Photo courtesy the LBPD.

Long Beach police have located one man suspected of peeping into women’s homes multiple times in the last two years but say they’re still searching for another suspect and more victims.

The LBPD said they were notified by the Riverside Police Department Thursday that they arrested a person of interest in a series of peeping incidents from 2019. Frederick Terrence Harvey is suspected of “peeking while loitering” multiple times in 2019 and two incidents from Oct. 10, 2018 and Nov. 24, 2018 in the area of Los Coyotes Diagonal and Clark Avenue, police said. The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office issued an arrest warrant for Harvey in May 2019.

Fredrick Harvey. Photo courtesy the LBPD.

“Detectives believe there may be additional victims from the 2019 series of peeking while loitering incidents,” police said. They ask that witnesses come forward.

They are also still looking for a second person of interest, described as 30 to 35, white or light-skinned, between 5-foot-6 and 5-foot-8, with a medium build, close-shaved or bald hair, a stubbly beard and chubby face.

A full list of incidents is available on the LBPD’s website.

Anyone who may have information on these incidents is asked to immediately call the LBPD Sex Crimes Detail at 562-570-7368. Anonymous tips may be submitted by calling 1-800-222-8477 or visiting www.lacrimestoppers.org.

Police ask for public’s help in finding serial ‘peeping Tom’

Valerie Osier is the Social Media & Newsletter Manager for the Long Beach Post. Reach her at [email protected] or on Twitter @ValerieOsier