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If your front door has a peephole, the Springfield Police Department is asking you to inspect it to see whether it's been tampered with. KSMU's Jennifer Moore reports.
Major Kevin Routh says the department has received several reports of missing peepholes on doors of hotels, motels and apartment complexes.
He says the police are investigating whether the purpose behind the tampering is to facilitate a crime or an act of voyeurism.
The reports of missing peepholes have come from seven different locations in Springfield.
The police department says it's important to note that the outside half of a peephole can be removed without disturbing the inside portion, so residents should inspect both sides of the lens.
Police are asking the public to report a peephole that has been tampered with, and to report any activity of strangers loitering around doorways or looking in peepholes.
For KSMU News, I'm Jennifer Moore.