NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A 33-year-old Franklin Township man has been charged in connection with a series of peeping incidents reported by New Brunswick residents over the past few weeks.

Manuel Molina-Noyola has been charged with two counts of peeping into windows and three counts of criminal trespass, according to New Brunswick police.

Molina-Noyola was charged by New Brunswick police on Friday after witnesses on Richardson Street observed him hiding in bushes and traveling between houses in an attempt to peer into windows, according to police.

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Police located Molina-Noyola as he entered a grey Toyota Tacoma he had parked in the neighborhood.

Molina-Noyola has been connected to similar incidents in the city, police said in a press release.

Anyone with additional information regarding this investigation is asked to contact Detective Elfi Martinez at (732) 745-5217.