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#375499 - 22nd Dec 2009 8:59am Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer
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Police are hunting a man who carried out what they describe as 'bizarre' sexual assaults after he repeatedly knelt behind a shelf stacker to smell his behind.

The man was caught on cctv creeping up on the unsuspecting worker at least 20 times as he stacked shelves at a Co-op store in Plymouth, Devon. The footage shows him casually pretending to chose items from shelves before suddenly crouching down behind the employee.
The man's odd behaviour to the employee was spotted on at least two occasions. The offences only came to light when the employee became suspicious and informed his manager who checked the in-store security video.
The victim - who cannot be named for legal reasons - said: "I had no idea what was going on. I thought it was all a bit strange. I was shocked and I couldn't believe he was in the aisle for that long."
Police say they are treating it as sexual assault.
DC Steve White of Plymouth police, said: "We are treating this incident very seriously and we would appeal to the public's help in tracking down this man.
"It is a bizarre incident and the shop was full of people. Someone must have seen the man and could well help us identify him."
The man is white, clean shaven and of medium to large build.
During the first incident he was wearing a brown T-shirt with jeans and black shoes and glasses and in the second a blue shirt with jeans.

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#375500 - 22nd Dec 2009 9:06am Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: MissGuided]
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During the first incident he was wearing a brown T-shirt with jeans and black shoes and glasses and in the second a blue shirt with jeans.


I see a pattern emerging here - he changes his clothes think By process of elimination he could be wearing absolutly anything next time he strikes raftl
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#375522 - 22nd Dec 2009 10:58am Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: StuyMac]
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Could be an employee who thought the shelf stacker was a boss. I've known fellow employees like that.
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#375553 - 22nd Dec 2009 12:05pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: BandyCoot]
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bum sniffing pervert or ass-kissing jobsworth - you decide!
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#375561 - 22nd Dec 2009 12:23pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: MissGuided]
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bum sniffing pervert or ass-kissing jobsworth - you decide!


Either way Snooze it's a bloody awful way spend one's day.

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#375568 - 22nd Dec 2009 12:37pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: BandyCoot]
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He may have been a Labrador in a former life.
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#375571 - 22nd Dec 2009 12:47pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: bert1]
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Deffo a pervert stalker! Poor man, hope his workmates dont give him stick. The co-op man i mean not the sniffer.


Edited by RUDEBOX (22nd Dec 2009 12:49pm)
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#375663 - 22nd Dec 2009 3:03pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: bert1]
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Originally Posted By: bert1
He may have been a Labrador in a former life.


raftl

he could of been an under cover police sniffer dog grin

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#375690 - 22nd Dec 2009 3:56pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Deffo a pervert stalker! Poor man, hope his workmates dont give him stick. The co-op man i mean not the sniffer.

would of thought he was in heaven, pray pray

If he was behind us lot last night? wink smile shocked
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#375692 - 22nd Dec 2009 4:15pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: Tilly]
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Originally Posted By: Tilly
Originally Posted By: bert1
He may have been a Labrador in a former life.


raftl

he could of been an under cover police sniffer dog grin
I didn't realise the police employed dogs to sniff them think Police sniffer...dog. Geddit? I know - I'll go crawl back under my stone.
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#375693 - 22nd Dec 2009 4:15pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: MissGuided]
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Originally Posted By: kimpri1
Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Deffo a pervert stalker! Poor man, hope his workmates dont give him stick. The co-op man i mean not the sniffer.

would of thought he was in heaven, pray pray

If he was behind us lot last night? wink smile shocked
lolol! He may have got more than he bargained for if he sniffed plusones! Pmsl
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#375741 - 22nd Dec 2009 10:46pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: kimpri1
Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Deffo a pervert stalker! Poor man, hope his workmates dont give him stick. The co-op man i mean not the sniffer.

would of thought he was in heaven, pray pray

If he was behind us lot last night? wink smile shocked
lolol! He may have got more than he bargained for if he sniffed plusones! Pmsl
yerrr right LOL raftl
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#375861 - 23rd Dec 2009 12:03pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: TRANCENTRAL]
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Co-op??? .... I wondered why Soundlad was running away to Australia!
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#376107 - 24th Dec 2009 11:26pm Re: Police hunt supermarket bottom sniffer [Re: diggingdeeper]
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