Police are seeking a man who allegedly creeped on a woman inside a Bay Area Target, taking photos under her dress when she bent over as she shopped.

According to a press release from the San Mateo Police Department, it was September 29 at around 6:40 p.m. when police were called to the Target store at 2220 Bridgepointe Parkway in San Mateo.

When they arrived, they were told by the store's loss prevention staff that the suspect depicted in the photo to the right and video below "was observed on surveillance cameras taking photographs under a woman’s dress."

According to the SMPD, which reviewed the footage, "the man targeted the victim and followed her around the store."

"Once the victim bent over the man quickly ran up behind the her, took a photograph under her dress and walked briskly out of the store."

You can see video of the incident here:

Though officers conducted a search for the man when they arrived, they were unsuccessful in tracking him down. Now they're hopeful that the public might recognize the man and help bring him to justice.

Police say that they believe that the suspect "has full sleeve type tattoos in black ink on both of his arms." He's described as a "black male adult, possibly in his 20-30's." At the time of the incident, police say, he was "wearing a black SF Giants hat with orange logo, a black T-shirt with a large '420' in white writing across the chest, and dark pants."

Anyone with information regarding the identity of this suspect or information on this case is asked to contact SMPD via their dispatch center at (650) 522-7700. You can also call the SMPD Secret Witness Line at (650) 522-7676, or submit an anonymous tip through their website here.

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