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Police: Suspects sought after man was caught recording a woman inside a Marshall's bathroom in Moorestown

MOORESTOWN, N.J. - Moorestown Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying two people wanted in connection with an invasion of privacy offense at a Marshalls store last month.On Sunday, September 25, at around 3 p.m., police say a man was captured on surveillance video sneaking into the women's restroom inside the Marshalls on Route 38 in Moorestown. Authorities say the man recorded a woman from underneath the stall door."It’s very disturbing," said Eileen Falvey of Cherry Hill. The victim, who authorities say is a woman in her 20s, gasped loudly as she noticed she was being recorded. MORE HEADLINES Fire Marshal: Man arrested, charged after igniting a Delaware hotel roomAfter realizing he had been caught, police say the suspect walked out to the parking lot for a short period of time before he re-entered the store.

Investigators believe he was at the store with a woman, who is also shown in the police-released surveillance video. Police are seeking to identify her as well. "Ooh, that’s so creepy," said Michelle Alleyne of Sicklerville.

"It makes you not want to go into a public restroom. I’m sorry for the victim, too, because now she might be traumatized."The man is seen wearing a t-shirt that says "Cheers to Pour Decisions," according to police.

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