Peeping tom arrested at metro Walmart

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- An alleged peeping tom is arrested at a metro store.

The suspect is accused of using his cell phone to snap photographs up the dresses of female customers inside a Walmart near Reno and MacArthur.

"An employee came up and told me somebody was video taping me and I just felt violated," one victim said. "You know, nobody would think you're shopping and someone is gonna be walking up behind you and looking up your dress."

Police claim the suspect, 35-year-old Micah Unruh, had been seen peeping on women the day before being busted.

"The loss prevention officer told officers the day before, on Monday, the same man was seen doing this as well," Oklahoma City Police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said.

Unruh left the Walmart before being caught Monday but when he returned Tuesday, police searched his phone and allegedly found pictures of least five different women taken in a lewd manner.

"Officers did look through his phone with his permission and did find those type of pictures he had taken inside the store," said Wardlow.

The suspect allegedly admitted to police that he had "been a jerk."

"It just hurt the most and I felt violated because I had my kids with me," one victim said.

Police remind everyone, always have to pay attention to your surroundings.

The suspect does not appear to have a previous criminal record.

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