They fear someone is watching them undress.
From ground level, if you can't see someone inside someone’s apartment, state law says that person has reasonable expectation of privacy. It's illegal to record images where you can see more than that from a drone.
"People will go to any lengths to get what they want. It's not surprising, unfortunately. I wish it was," said West.
"There has to be something wrong with you. There has to be some type of mis-wiring up there for you to think that's OK. Oh gosh, I hope they find them,” said Pericles.
Detectives said they have photo evidence that shows a victim inside her downtown apartment.
“I will definitely be more cautious now. Definitely will be on the lookout for something like that,” said Pericles.
Because the investigation is ongoing, police said they cannot provide any other details, but they want residents to call them immediately if they see a drone outside their window.