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Man tries to sneak pics up Ulta employee's dress in Bloomfield Twp.

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A still image from Ulta's surveillance video showing the man suspected of sneaking photographs up an employee's dress A still image from Ulta's surveillance video showing the man suspected of sneaking photographs up an employee's dress
(WJBK) -

The Bloomfield Township Police Department is asking for help identifying a man suspected of trying to take pictures up an employee's dress at a store in Bloomfield Township.

The Ulta employee tells police the man asked her for help 'finding products for his girlfriend.' She agreed to help the man, and was later told by employees that, while she was helping him, he was trying to take photos beneath her dress.

The suspect is seen on the store's surveillance footage. He is described as 27 - 33 years old, between 5 feet 8 inches and 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighing between 170 - 200 pounds. Witness say they saw him driving a light-colored vehicle, possibly a Chevy Impala.

If you recognize the man or have any information contact the Bloomfield Township Police Department at (248) 433-7755.

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