Man accused of filming up women's skirts faces judge - WFSB 3 Connecticut

Man accused of filming up women's skirts faces judge

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Peter Krystofalski. (South Windsor police photo) Peter Krystofalski. (South Windsor police photo)
MANCHESTER, CT (WFSB) -

A man accused of filming up women’s skirts while they walked around a Target faced a judge on Thursday.

Peter Krystofalski, 25, of Ellington avoided questions outside Manchester court on Thursday.

He is now being charged with two counts of voyeurism and breach of peace.

It all started with a phone call to South Windsor police.

Store workers told police in late July that Krystofalski was caught on camera angling a hand basket with his cell phone in it, at the Target at Buckland Hills, up the skirts of at least four different women, even targeting one of them a second time.

Two days earlier, according to the warrant, the same store associate told investigators Krystofalski did the same thing to two other women, and that he recognized the 25-year-old from a third incident earlier in the week as well.

Police said Krystofalski initially denied being the man seen on surveillance, but eventually confessed and said “I visited Target multiple times last week with no intention of buying merchandise. I kept my phone in the hand cart looking for opportunities to take pictures of under women’s skirts.”

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