Montco Man Charged With Peeping at KOP Mall
Police have arrested a Montgomery County man they say videotaped dozens of women and girls in changing rooms at King of Prussia Mall. Sean Moses is charged with 86 counts of invasion of privacy and one count of child pornography.
Radnor police superintendent Bill Colarulo says he doesn’t understand how Moses was able to hold down a job while obtaining the extraordinary amount of surreptitious video they uncovered on three smartphones and two computers.
Colarulo said two stores at the mall, Express and Forever 21, had unisex dressing rooms, separated by dividers, which enabled Moses to take videos secretly. Colarulo says Express has since replaced the dividers with ones that go all the way to the floor, but at Forever 21 it is still possible for a grown man to occupy a changing area adjacent to one being used by a woman.
In a news conference on Monday, police say the investigation began in September 2014 when college women, getting undressed in their Bryn Mawr home, saw a light through a window.
They looked to find a man recording them with a cell phone. The man, who police allege was Moses, took off running.
The video was posted online, and police eventually found it on an internet porn site. The IP address was obtained by a court order and police served a search warrant at Moses’ home in January.
Police believe there are additional victims. They ask that anybody with additional information on the case call Radnor Police at 610-688-5606 x134.