Salina woman reports being watched in store

Police Lights (KSN File Photo)
Police Lights (KSN File Photo)

SALINA, Kansas – Salina police say a woman reported that someone photographed her while she was trying on clothes at a store.

The 37-year-old woman told police someone took a picture of her by holding a camera over the dressing room partition at a Salvation Army Thrift Store.

Capt. Mike Sweeney says after the woman left the dressing room, she noticed a bearded, white male wearing a black T-shirt, jeans and a green baseball cap walking out of the store.

The Salvation Army is assisting the Salina Police Department as it continues to investigate.

“We are cooperating fully with the police investigation and are hopeful an arrest will be made soon,” said Major Daniel Burris with The Salvation Army in Salina.  “The safety and welfare of our clients and customers is always our top priority.”

The man left in a white pickup truck pulling a trailer.

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