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Nanaimo RCMP are looking to identify a suspect involved in a second indecent photo incident that occurred in July. 

At approximately 2 p.m. on July 29th, a suspect used his phone to take a picture up the skirt of an unsuspecting woman at the 6801 North Island Highway Walmart location in Nanaimo. 

According to the victim, she caught sight of the suspect bent down with his phone out and angled up her skirt while she shopped. 

She yelled at the man, at which point he quickly walked away.

The woman was startled and went to find staff, however, by the time she found an employee to assist her, the suspect had left the store and could not be located.

Security cameras captured an image of the suspect.

(Nanaimo RCMP)

The suspect is described as a middle aged Caucasian man with a muscular build, standing medium height. 

At the time of the incident, the suspect was wearing a grey shirt with white letters on the front, a black cap, shorts and sandals. 

Last week, Nanaimo RCMP appealed to the public for the identity of a suspect who attempted to take photos up a woman’s skirt at a Dollarama location the same day as this incident. 

The boyfriend of the victim, who witnessed the incident, chased the suspect outside and exchanged punches with him. 

The suspect managed to break free, however, fleeing to his dark blue or black sedan.

See more: Nanaimo RCMP search for suspect who took photo up woman’s skirt last month

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Nanaimo RCMP at (250) 754-2345.

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