- Associated Press - Saturday, July 30, 2016

HOLLIS, N.H. (AP) - A growing concern around the country about “peeping drones” may have come to a town in New Hampshire.

Police in Hollis say they’ve received more than 20 complaints about a drone flying outside people’s windows, usually late at night or early in the morning.

Hollis Police Lt. Rick Bailey says residents are concerned about the invasion of privacy.

Federal Aviation Administration rules require drones to be flown only during daylight, and police say anyone caught using a peeping drone could face state charges as well, including harassment, trespassing or invasion of privacy.

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