Police: Man took pictures up shopper's skirt at Lexington Kroger

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - A man is in jail accused of taking pictures or video up a woman's skirt while she was shopping at Kroger in Lexington.

The alleged incident occurred Sept. 4 at the store on Euclid Avenue.

The victim told police a man approached her and asked if she would help him pick out coffee. He squatted down and the victim pointed to an item on the shelf and tried to leave.

She told police the suspect continued to ask her questions and made her feel uncomfortable, so she walked away. That's when the victim told police an employee told her the suspect was taking pictures up her skirt.

An assistant manager told police the suspect recently applied for a job at the store, but he wasn't hired.

Video surveillance of the incident showed the suspect leaving the store in a silver car with heavy damage on one side. Police found the car on Woodland Avenue and found it was registered to Kameron Murray. Murray's arrest citation said police matched his recent mug shot to video surveillance of the incident.

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