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Greenville Police Catch Accused Voyeur

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Wilfrido Hernandez was Charged with Voyeurism Wilfrido Hernandez was Charged with Voyeurism
GREENVILLE, S.C. -

Update: Thursday, March 29, 2013

Greenville Police caught the man they say took pictures of a woman, in a dressing room, at Plato's Closet.

Thursday, officers said they arrested Wilfrido Hernandez. Hernandez faces a charge of voyeurism.

According to the arrest warrant, a woman confronted Hernandez after she said he put a camera under the dressing room wall and took pictures of her. The affidavit has a statement from Hernandez, in which he states he doesn't why he was photographing the victim.

Original Story: March 22, 2013

Greenville Police are looking for someone they say took pictures of a woman in a dressing room in an clothing store.

Police say they responded to a suspicious person at Plato's Closet on 30 Orchard Park Drive in Greenville just before 1:30 Thursday afternoon.

Officers say a female customer was in a dressing room when she says she saw someone holding a camera phone under the door of a stall.

They say she screamed and the suspect took off running.

Investigators need your help identifying the suspect.

Greenville Police released these pictures of a person of interest in the case.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Greenville Police at (864) 271-4273 or Greenville Crime Stoppers at (864) 23-CRIME.

 

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