The Brick man who was arrested for up-skirting a woman's dress at the ShopRite on Route 70 in the Kohl's Plaza last month has now been tied to 7 other cases.

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Brick Police announced on Thursday that their ongoing investigation into the alleged behavior of 62-year old Donald Sheridan resulted in the township resident trying to take videos/pictures underneath the dresses of seven other women at the very same ShopRite over a period of time from July 30 to August 16.

When police arrived to the ShopRite last month on August 16, they reviewed video surveillance after speaking with a witness and a victim and saw on camera what Sheridan was doing.

He was placed under arrest and charged with Invasion of Privacy.

Brick Police said that Loss Prevention Services at ShopRite was able to use facial recognition technology to identify Sheridan and tie him to seven other incidents where he used his cell phone to take pictures up the skirts or dresses of unwilling female victims with an age range of 35 to 73-years old.

Detectives with Brick Police said that they were able to identify six of the seven victims, and interviewed five of them regarding the incident with one not wanting to be involved or interviewed by police.

Detectives Alvarado, Cooney and Talty arrested Sheridan for a second time last week for five additional charges of Invasion of Privacy.

Police ask that if anyone has additional information or may have been a victim, to contact Det. Alvarado at 732-262-4612.

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