Man seen taking photos under women's skirts near Meijer, Pittsfield Township police say
A man was questioned Monday after witnesses reported seeing him use his cell phone to take photographs underneath women’s skirts at a Meijer store, Pittsfield Township police said.
The man was not arrested and was released pending further investigation.
“We’re trying to locate the two victims at Meijer in order to proceed further,” said Gordy Schick, Pittsfield Township’s deputy director of police services. “We’re currently working with Meijer to identify the victims. There’s still some follow-up with the case.”
An officer responded to the Meijer store in the 3000 block of Ann Arbor-Saline Road Friday to investigate a report of a man seen taking photographs of women with his cell phone.
The man left before police arrived, but witnesses provided officers with a description of the man and a partial plate number on the vehicle, which police used to identify the suspect.
“We got a real good description,” said Schick. “His method was to get close to them and bend down and extend his arm underneath the skirt. The females were unaware of his actions."
Witnesses described the man as white, between the ages of 20-25, 5 feet 3 inches to 5 feet 7 inches tall, with a thin build and goatee, wearing a white/tan baseball cap and blue jeans.
Anyone with additional information about the case is asked to contact Pittsfield Township’s confidential tip line at 734-944-1238.