A University of Texas at Austin employee has been charged after he allegedly recorded up a woman's skirt at a Chase Bank back in September.
In the afternoon of Sept. 21, a woman entered the Chase Bank located at 221 West 6th Street. As she walked through the front door, she noticed a man quickly approach her from behind before heading down 6th Street. The woman contacted a security officer at the bank and they reviewed the surveillance video from the business.
Surveillance video showed that the man who approached her held his cell phone with the lens facing upward underneath her skirt before he left, according to the arrest warrant.
Screenshots of the man were sent out city-wide. On Oct. 26, UT police contacted the Austin Police Department, saying that the uniform looked like it could belong to an employee with UT Building Services. After UT police looked at more screenshots from the surveillance video, they identified the man as Timothy Torres, an employee who works in the Project Management and Construction Services department at UT, according to Austin police.
Torres has been charged with invasive visual recording and is currently in the Travis County Jail, according to online records.