A Massachusetts man has been charged after allegedly taking "upskirting" photos of a woman.
Wareham police say officers responded to a call from a clothing store at Wareham Crossing Shopping center around 4 p.m. on Wednesday about suspicious activity involving a man taking photos of a female customer.
Police say that their investigation revealed the suspect was taking "upskirting" photos of his victim with his cell phone.
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The suspect fled the store when he was caught by the victim, according to police.
During their investigation, Wareham detectives got a warrant for 29-year-old Gregory Allen Mattos of Onset, a listed Level 2 sex offender currently on bail for allegedly failing to register as a sex offender as the result of an unrelated case.
Mattos was arrested early Thursday afternoon by Wareham and New Bedford police officers and charged with unlawful sexual surveillance.
A judge ordered his bail on the previous case revoked and a new bail of $7,500 on the new charge in the "upskirting" case.
His next court appearance is May 9. It's unclear who his attorney is.