February 19, 2018
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Scarborough police seek man accused of using shoe camera to look up women’s skirts

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Scarborough police are looking for a man they believe installed a small camera on his shoe to look up women’s skirts at the local Walmart.
By Seth Koenig, BDN Staff

SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Scarborough police are looking for a man they believe installed a small camera on his shoe to look up women’s skirts.

The Scarborough Police Department issued a statement Monday announcing that officers responded to a report last month of suspicious activity at the Scarborough Walmart.

“Several females reported a male walking around the store with a small camera on the tip of his shoe, which he was using to look up their skirts,” the statement, posted on the department Facebook page, read in part.

The suspect is a white male with no hair on his head, according to Scarborough police. He was wearing a green polo shirt and shorts on the day of the complaints, which were called in on July 16.

Police are asking anyone with knowledge of the man’s identity to contact Detective Eric Greenleaf at 730-4314 or the anonymous crime tip hotline at 730-4200, ext. 3093.


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