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Topless shopper chases peeper through Kansas store

Published on -12/4/2013, 3:50 PM

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LENEXA, Kan. (AP) -- Police say an accused peeping Tom faces a misdemeanor charge after a topless woman chased him through a northeast Kansas department store.

The Kansas City Star (http://bit.ly/18a7YOm ) reports that 35-year-old Jeremy F. Bradley, 35, of Raytown, was charged Tuesday in Lenexa Municipal Court with breach of privacy. His home phone number is disconnected.

Police say the woman was trying on bras Monday afternoon in the dressing room of a Kohl's store when she saw a hand holding a cell phone under the partition. Master Police Officer Dan Friesen says the woman "definitely got the attention of other shoppers" when she ran after the man.

Although the man made it out of the store, Lenexa police were able to arrest a suspect several blocks away. Friesen says witnesses later identified him.

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