Peeping Tom caught in the act

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ADA, Okla. -- An unlikely suspect in a Peeping Tom case has police in Ada investigating a preacher who is accused of taking a cell phone picture up the skirt of an unsuspecting Walmart shopper.

Police are still gathering evidence in the case.

They have not made an arrest but do have a suspect.

Ada police were notified after a female shopper said she caught a man putting a cell phone under another woman's skirt.

The alert witness took a picture of what was happening.

"Police were called out and talked to witnesses and the suspect," Ada Public Information Officer Lisa Bratcher said.

Police reports state she showed police her picture "of a bald male with his hand under (the victim's) dress as she stood in an aisle."

"She said she observed the suspect leaning and trying to take a picture or film underneath the victim's clothing," Bratcher said.

The woman told police, "The man heard her phone snap the picture" and he "stood up and walked away."

That's when the witness approached the victim and said, "Ma'am, this just happened" and "showed her a cell phone with a picture of a man taking a picture up the bottom of her dress."

This is not the first time the suspect has been in trouble for this type of public behavior.

In 1996 he made quite a visit to a local convenience store.

Court records show the man, who we're told is a pastor, walked into the store twice in the same day with his pants unzipped and exposing himself.

As for his latest indecent public behavior, it's still under investigation.

"The stores surveillance video was going to be pulled to show if they had any indication to show what happened during the incident," Bratcher said.

If charged in this case, the suspect faces only a misdemeanor.

However, if he shared any pictures he took during the incident, more serious charges will be filed.

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