A Stafford man is facing charges over what a customer said she observed the man doing to a woman in the Short Pump Barnes and Noble last month.
The woman quickly notified management on June 8 after she said the suspect placed his cellphone on the floor and started filming up a woman’s skirt.
Those workers followed the man through the store, but by the time police arrived, he had fled. However, workers did get the man’s license plate number and provided police with a description of the suspect.
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