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Forsyth Co. authorities looking for Belk peeper

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CUMMING - Forsyth County Sheriff's Office investigators are looking for a man they believe was peering underneath dressing room doors at a department store in Cumming over the weekend.

Authorities said shoppers reported the suspected Peeping Tom was peering underneath a door in the women's dressing room while a shopper was inside undressing.

The suspect fled from the store when he was confronted by another shopper.

The suspect is a white male, believed to be in his mid to late 30s and approximately 6' to 6'2" tall. Authorities said he was wearing blue jeans, flip flops, dark "Bulldogs" hooded sweatshirt and a blue bandanna. He was wearing a silver bracelet on his wrist.

Authorities are asking anyone who recognizes the suspect to call Detective Tyler Sexton at770-886-2800 ex. 3323.
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