Creep. Perv. Douchebag.
If Denver police are right about the man seen here, all of these names and more like them apply.
That's because he's thought to have taken photos of two young girls under the doors of a bathroom stall at a metro area King Soopers.
Get details and see larger photos of the alleged creep/perv/douchebag below.
The incident reportedly took place around 6:20 p.m. at the 2727 West Evans Avenue King Soopers branch.
The store is captured in the following interactive graphic. If you have problems seeing the image, click "View Larger Map."
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Around then, what are described as two juvenile females head to the lavatory. Shortly after they took their seats, however, they noticed a hand with a cell phone reached under the door and clicked pics.
Fortunately, the girls' parents were in the store, and after being hipped to what happened, they approached a fella they considered to be a likely suspect -- since he'd just stepped out of the girls' bathroom.
Surprise, surprise: Upon being confronted, the man quickly split. But the store's surveillance cameras caught more than a few glimpses of him. Here's the first photo released to the media....
...and the second.... ...and a third: If you recognize this uninvited photog, you're encouraged to phone Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867. A reward of up to $2,000 is being offered in the case.
Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.
More from our Calhoun: Wake-Up Call archive circa June 2010: "Peeping toms watching live feeds in hotels: There oughta be a law -- and now, there is."
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