March 12, 2006 - Posted at 12:22 p.m. CST
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ Police are hoping more victims of an
alleged peeping case will contact authorities now that they've
released a surveillance video of the store. Michael Pinkerton of
Cameron faces felony charges for using a cell phone to photograph
women and girls in a Target store dressing room in Kansas City.
He's accused of taking 80 photos of ten women and girls in
October and November at a Target store in Kansas City. The pictures
generated a lot of leads, but the prosecutor is hoping the
surveillance video will prompt more victims to tell police their
Clay County Prosecutor Daniel White says he filed felony
invasion of privacy charges against Pinkerton because he allegedly
photographed four victims on two occasions without their consent.
White says Pinkerton allegedly lay on the floor of the men's
dressing room and took the photographs as the women used a nearby