• Man accused of taking photos under women's dresses at Huntersville stores identified

    By: Joe Bruno


    HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. - The Huntersville Police Department said it’s identified a man accused in peeping Tom incidents at popular stores.

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    Police released surveillance pictures of the man on Monday.

    Police said Chase Walton, 31, is wanted for two counts of invade privacy-free text.

    (Chase Walton)

    Officers said the Walton took photos under women's dresses with his cellphone at the Target and Walmart in Huntersville. Officials said he is a regular at the Walmart off Old Statesville Road. 

    Police did not say when the incidents happened, but they did say they occurred in the aisles of the two stores. 

    Shoppers who spoke to Channel 9 said they can't believe it. 

    “If somebody did that to me, and I see them in action, I would put my hands on them because that's disrespectful, you know?” shopper Kourtney Burden said.

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