by: Catherine Bilkey Updated:
CONCORD, N.C. - Police arrested a man Saturday who is accused of posting naked pictures of his ex-girlfriend all over the shopping center where she works.
He's facing stalking and burglary charges. The victim is so scared of him, she's gone into hiding.
This week, the victim came to work in Concord and found naked pictures of her had been posted on the entrance doors of not only her workplace, but the neighboring stores as well. Private photos were on display to her coworkers and people she sees every day. Family members said she knew immediately who did it. She told police it was her ex-boyfriend Victor Lymonte McCullum, 43.
It didn't stop at the shopping center. Family members said the pictures were posted miles away at a Walmart as well.
“It turned out to be a stalking case and a domestic violence case,” Major Gary Hatley said.
Concord police arrested McCullum on stalking and burglary charges.
“We feel sorry for her,” Hatley said. “A lot of things have happened over the last several months, and it culminated in this incident.”
Police wouldn't say how McCullum got his hands on the private photos, but they are taking the case very seriously. The victim's family told Eyewitness News they're supporting her and just want to keep her safe.
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