Police Hunting Pervert Caught On CCTV Using His Phone To Look Up Woman’s Skirt

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This pervert was caught on CCTV taking photos up a woman’s skirt in a branch of Boots.

Scotland Yard launched an appeal to trace the man after CCTV footage was released showing him carrying out the voyeuristic act shortly after midday on November 5.

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The incident occurred on a branch of the high street chemist in the Tandem Centre, Colliers Wood in south London, police said.

It’s believed the man was pretending to browse the aisles before he targeted a fellow female shopper.

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The man – who’s described as in his 20’s and wearing a grubby t-shirt – checks to see if the coast is clear before crouching down and holding his phone between the victim’s legs as he takes a photo. Grim.

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Bizarrely, he returned moments later to crouch down again and snap more photos with the victim it seems, completely unaware.

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He was challenged by a security guard – who demanded that he delete the inappropriate images – before he was allowed to leave the store.

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Police are describing the suspect as a slim, 6ft tall white man with short brown hair and blue eyes. He was seen wearing a white Adidas t-shirt with a dark patch at the base, navy blue tracksuit bottoms and brown shoes.

If anyone has information on the suspect, contact Merton Police on 101, quoting image 195987.


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London Evening Standard and 2 other

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