Man caught on Wal-Mart camera allegedly taking pictures up woman's skirt

Man Caught On Wal-Mart Camera Allegedly Taking Pictures Up Woman's Skirt

OKLAHOMA CITY — Authorities in Oklahoma City are hoping to speak with a man who may know something about an alleged crime at a busy supermarket.

"What you wear under your dress is your business," Cathy Clark, a shopper said.

But it became someone else's business when police say this man came too close to a woman in the balloon section at Walmart.

Take a close look at this man. He was taking pictures underneath an unsuspecting young woman's dress at the Belle Isle...

Posted by Oklahoma City Police Department on Thursday, August 6, 2015

Authorities were called to the Belle Isle Walmart after a woman said she was shopping when a man reached under her dress with his camera phone.

"The woman was standing inside the store, she said she felt someone reach around her as if taking something off the shelf," MSgt. Gary Knight with Oklahoma City Police said.

The suspect grabbed some balloons and she turned around to a big surprise.

"When she looked down, she saw him removing a camera from under her dress," Knight said.

"What kind of level would you steep to just to satisfy your sexual urges," another shopper said.

Police says she immediately notified security, but the alleged suspect was already gone.

"It's bad enough that when you come to the parking lot, you're looking all around you to be sure that nobody is going to steal your purse out of the buggy," Clark said.

Now shoppers are on the look out for the man.

"It is assault, you're violating my space, my most intimate of parts, I would defend myself appropriately for sure," a shopper said.

We did speak with Walmart representatives, and they say they are doing everything possible to help police in their investigation.

If you recognize the man from our report, call police.

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