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Suspect arrested in Goodwill voyeurism case

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AHWATUKEE, Ariz. -

Police have arrested a man who's accused of spying on a girl in a changing room at a valley Goodwill over the weekend.

Police believe the man spied on girls changing their clothes at the store by using a mirror that he placed on the floor. But suddenly his luck ran out and he found himself face to face with the mother of one of those girls.

Colleen Bailey says she was shopping with her daughter at the Goodwill store at 32nd Street and Chandler in Ahwatukee when she heard her teenaged daughter screaming in the changing room.

"I walked in and said what was wrong and she said somebody was looking at me in a mirror. And I couldn't wrap my head around the fact who was looking at her in a mirror. It did not make sense to me. And she said there was a mirror, a man next door looking at me in the mirror," said Bailey.

Phoenix Police believe that man was Victor Villalobos. He fled the Goodwill store but in his haste left his car keys behind. Colleen snatched them up, told store employees to call the cops and went looking for Villalobos. She found him not far from the store.

"Why did you chase after him?"

Bailey: "Why wouldn't I chase after him?"

"He could've had a gun."

"I didn't think about that. This was the person who had just offended my daughter. She is very modest and she was really really really upset. My thought was make him stop so the police could get him," said Bailey.

Police arrested Villalobos on Monday. Bailey has some choice words for him.

"Do not do this to anybody ever again. My daughter is one of many you have probably done this to and this time you have been caught. People are watching you and they know who you are now. You cannot get away with it anymore."

Villalobos was arrested for unlawful viewing involving a minor -- a class 5 felony.

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