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Owasso Police Search for Man Who Took Pictures under Women's Skirts

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Around 1:30 p.m., Owasso Police were dispatched to the Owasso JC Penny’s store, located at 9056 N 121 E Ave., Saturday afternoon.

A woman reports a man taking ‘upskirt’ pictures of her in the store. The suspect fled before officer's arrived, however, the woman took a photo of the suspect’s vehicle as he sped from the area. 

In-store security and Owasso Police reviewed store surveillance video and determined 2 women, store employees, had also been victimized in the same manner. One of the employees was a juvenile. 

During the incidents the suspect bent down and extended a camera phone beneath the women’s skirts. The suspect is described as a white or Hispanic male who was, at the time, wearing a gray shirt with an OU emblem on the left breast, dark shorts, a red bandana on his head and a red ball cap turned backwards over the bandana. 

The suspect's vehicle is a dark green Chevy S-10 extended cab, step-side pick-up truck with a yellow tool box loose in the bed. A partial tag of the vehicle may be 624??M. 

Anyone recognizing these descriptions, or with any further information about these incidents, please call Owasso Police at (918)-272-2244 or call the TipLine at (918)-272-COPS (2677).

"We urge shoppers to be alert and aware of their surroundings at all times," says Lt. Nick Boatman.

Police are working to obtain pictures from the surveillance video.

 

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