[UPDATED:] Photo AND VIDEO Released of Young Guy Caught Grinding Lady in Her 50s
UPDATE: See video at end of post . . .
Fullerton Police have released a photo captured on surveillance video from a CVS Pharmacy of a young man who went on to thrust his pelvis into the buttocks of a female shopper.
From the photo, he appears to be 18 to 21, while police say the victim, who was assaulted twice by the jerk-off, is in her 50s.
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The Orange County Register has the scoop.
Surveillance video shows the unidentified guy walked down one aisle of the store at 2200 N. Harbor Blvd. around 2:20 a.m. last Thursday before he moved onto the aisle where the La Habra woman was bent over looking at an item on the shelf.
'Roid cream? Dunno. The report is not that detailed.
Passing her, lonely boy rubbed his hands on the legs and butt of the woman old enough to be his mommy.
He then returned seconds later, grabbed the woman's hips and thrust his pelvis into her buttocks like he was grinding her at the winter formal.
The attacker left the alarmed lady alone when she threatened to call security.
Fullerton cops fear the brazen nature of the man's act suggests he may have done this to other women. He is described as white, 18 to 21 years old, 5 feet 9, about 160 pounds with brown hair and a British accent. He left the store's lot in a black truck.
Know him? Call Det. Kathryn Hamel at (714) 738-5327.
And no, there is no truth to reports that lonely ladies are lined up waiting for their turn to bend over in the same store aisle.
Here is that video:
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