Dad goes after man for taking upskirt pictures of his daughter at Target

A California dad stopped a creep who was following his 15-year-old daughter in a Target store and taking pictures up her skirt, according to police and surveillance footage of the incident.

The suspect, Jorge A. Ibarra Jr., 29, was spotted surreptitiously taking photos of women wearing skirts at a Target store in Cypress on Sunday, police said. Surveillance footage released Thursday by the Cypress Police Department shows Ibarra in one incident approaching two young women before crouching down and apparently snapping photos of them.

The perv can be seen at one point kneeling in front of a store display trying to take a picture of a teen and another girl standing in a checkout line before the teen’s dad suddenly kicks the man’s phone out of his hand and pushes him to the ground.

Ibarra managed to get away, but not before Ismael Duarte turned the tables and snapped a photo of him in his silver sedan as he left the store’s parking lot, police said.

“I’m pissed off that I didn’t do more than I did but I wish I would have, because I’m so angry,” Duarte told KTTV. “If you’re watching, just know you messed with the wrong family, that’s all I got to say.”

Duarte’s wife, Angelica, said her husband went into “protect mode” after the couple noticed Ibarra acting strangely in the store, including putting his phone in camera mode before following their daughter.

“So how much, if any, video did he get of my daughter?” she asked KTLA. “I’m not sure.”

Ismael Duarte told the station he chased Ibarra out of the store, tackling him along the way.

“My daughter, and the girl that actually was getting their picture taken without her being known — that’s what got me,” he told KTLA.

Jorge A. Ibarra, Jr.Cypress Police Dept.

Police said Ibarra, who was arrested Wednesday on invasion of privacy charges, is also suspected of committing the same crime at a Target in Cerritos. He was booked into Orange County Jail, where his bail was set at $25,000, police said.

“It’s very disgusting,” Angelica Duarte said of Ibarra’s alleged actions. “It’s disgusting that he knew exactly what he was doing. If he went to different Targets to do this, how many other stores did he go to?”

A spokeswoman for Target told KTTV that store officials were cooperating with investigators.

Police are asking anyone who believes they were victimized by Ibarra to contact Cypress police at (714) 229-6631.

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