Man With Prosthetic Leg Who Took Pictures Up Woman's Skirt Is At Large

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Denver police is looking for a suspect who allegedly took photos up a woman’s skirt at a Broncos game.

Denver police are on a lookout for a man who allegedly took pictures up a woman’s skirt at a Broncos game. They have identified the suspect with the surveillance video captured; the man is 30-35 years of age, he is thin, and has a "blade" type prosthetic leg.

Denver police tweeted out his details asking the public to help in getting the woman justice.

 

The man took sneaky pictures up a woman’s skirt at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High, just before the Broncos played the San Diego Chargers.

"The victim confronted the suspect who ran away. The suspect is described as a white male, 30-35 years old, approximately 5’10 with a thin build. The suspect has a distinctive 'blade' type prosthetic leg," a Denver Police spokesman said.

According to investigative officers, he clicked the pictures near gate 10 with his cell phone and was wearing a Von Miller jersey.

The police is offering a reward of $2,000 to anyone who identifies the suspect.

Anyone with information about the encounter or suspect is asked to call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867. Information can be given out while staying anonymous as well.

Unfortunately, sexual harassment in public spaces is not uncommon. Earlier this year, a Chinese woman caught a man on the metro train trying to take photos from under her skirt with a camera hidden in his backpack. The woman did not just run away to another train, but instead confronted him. The man was detained by the police when he tried to flee from the station. 

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