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Police looking for this suspect wanted for voyeurism

The Durham Regional Police Services (DRPS) is looking for assistance in identifying a suspect in a voyeurism investigation in Pickering.

On January 4 at about 2:15 pm, members of West Division received a call at the Walmart store on Brock Road in Pickering after a male was confronted for videotaping a female customer as she was using the change rooms. The suspect was confronted by the victim and her family. The male suspect advised that he deleted the photos and then fled from the mall. There were other photos on his cellphone of other possible victims, according to a police statement.

A photograph of the suspect was obtained [attached] and investigators need the public’s assistance to identify him.

The suspect is described as male, Black, 20-25 years. He was wearing a baseball hat, puffy blue vest, red long sleeved shirt underneath and beige baggy pants.

Anyone with information about this or similar incidents is asked to contact Det. MacKinnon of the West Division Criminal Investigations Bureau at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 2529.


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