Somerset Police Looking For Groper

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Updated: 6/05/2013 6:20 pm
Many stores have a help yourself policy, but Somerset Police say one customer didn't stop with the merchandise.

Somerset Police say they have a groper on the loose, and they're asking for your help to protect the community.

Police say a man groped two women at a T.J. Maxx, and say they've heard similar reports at other stores as well.

Police describe the suspect as a male around 30-40 years old, and unknown race, and driving a black pickup with a yellow ladder.

Police say the gropings have been minor contact, but still inappropriate and alarming.

"not been where the victims feel like they've been assaulted necessarily, but even though it's relatively minor contact, it's still a pretty major incident, and we want to do everything we can to try and find this person," said Lt. Shannon Smith, Somerset Police.

Police say the man pretends it's an accident to brush up against the victims. 

If you recognize the man in the video, Somerset police urge you to contact them.
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