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The woman has trespassed to multiple different places on campus including Civic House. Credit: Biruk Tibebe

Four instances of a woman trespassing in on-campus houses were reported in the last week, according an email the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life sent to Greek housing residents.

The woman was found in three separate fraternity houses on Locust Walk as well as Civic House. 

On Monday, Dec. 2, members of a fraternity on Locust Walk found the woman asleep in the basement of their chapter house at around 11:45 a.m, according to a statement from the Division of Public Safety. The fraternity brothers woke her up and told her to leave the premises.

On Tuesday, Dec. 3, a student reported that he was sleeping in his room in a separate fraternity house on Locust Walk when he woke up to the sound of his bedroom window opening and saw a woman reaching in through the window, the DPS statement read. The incident occurred at about 5 a.m.

The OFSL email warned students to call Penn Police if they encounter the individual. Penn Police and Allied Universal security increased patrols in the area after the incidents, according to the DPS statement. 

After the message was sent out to the community, the same woman was reported to have entered another fraternity house on Locust Walk as well as Civic House, the DPS statement read. Penn Police responded to the report, the woman was positively identified by the complainants, and she was taken into custody.