Police arrest suspect who touched two girls inside store

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PEORIA, Ariz. - Tips led Peoria police to a suspect who touched two girls in separate incidents inside a store.

On Monday, June 27, police allege a man, latered identified as Clinton Marr entered the Dollar Tree Store at 67th and Peoria avenues and inappropriately touched two young girls in separate incidents inside the store.

The girls were not together and each was with a parent at the time of the incidents.

Surveillance footage captured images of Marr as well as a person of interest, a second man who entered and exited the store at the time as the suspect.

Peoria police determined the person of interest was a store employee. He was going to be intereviewed as a potential witness.

Neither of the men made any purchases.

Marr, 24, was taken into custody at this Surpise residence without incident.

He is being booked on two counts of aggravated assault.

Marr told police he was killing time at the store on his way to an appointment to check in with his probation officer stemming from a Glendale case.

Peoria police arrested Marr in April of 2010 for domestic violence charges of assault and disorderly conduct stemming from an incident with his girlfriend.