SINGAPORE - A 26-year-old National University of Singapore (NUS) student who was arrested on Saturday (May 11) for allegedly filming another student in a residence hall bathroom had changed his attire immediately after committing the offences to avoid being identified, the police have said.
In a statement on Monday, the police said that investigations revealed the man is also believed to be involved in other similar cases.
A NUS spokesman said the incident occurred at Raffles Hall.
Both the man and the 23-year-old female victim reside in the same hall, police said.
The police were alerted to the case at 8.08am on Saturday. Officers from the Clementi Police Division identified the man through follow-up investigations and the use of closed-circuit television footage (CCTV), and arrested him on the same day.
The man's laptops, mobile phones and other storage devices were seized for further investigations.