Police said she confronted a man, who fled the store. He was described as an African-American less than 5-feet-8 inches tall and in his mid-twenties.
On July 27, a woman was shopping at the Marshall's store at 436 West Lincoln Highway in Exton when she felt something brush her leg. She looked down and saw a man holding a cell phone camera under her skirt, police said.
The subject who fled was described as an African American male. about 5-feet 4-inches tall with a slim build.
On August 26, a woman was checking out purchases at the cash register in the Bed, Bath and Beyond store at 108 Bartlett Avenue in Exton when she saw a man squatting nearby with a video camera aimed up her skirt.
Police said she yelled and the man ran out of the store. He is described as African-American, about 6-feet 2-inches tall and weighing about 220 pounds.
Taking pictures or video images of a person without their consent is invasion of privacy, a second-degree misdemeanor under the criminal code, Pezick said. The penalty generally depends on the offender's criminal history, if any.
Police believe they have video surveillance images of the perpetrators. Pezick said anyone with information may contact West Whiteland Township police at 610)363-0200 or (610)692-5100.
Anyone who notices odd behavior near them while shopping should dial 911, he said.
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