Police are looking for a suspected Mile High Stadium upskirt photo creeper

Metro Denver Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for anyone who can help identify a man suspected of taking photos up a woman’s skirt during a Broncos game.

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Metro Denver Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for anyone who can help identify a man suspected of taking photos up a woman’s skirt during a Broncos game. He is a skinny white man in his 30s with a prosthetic leg, according to CrimeStoppers.

An apparent Broncos fan suspected of taking photos up a woman's skirt at Mile High. (Metro Denver Crime Stoppers)

An apparent Broncos fan suspected of taking photos up a woman's skirt at Mile High. (Metro Denver Crime Stoppers)

The man used his cell phone to take the photos near Gate 10, according to Crime Stoppers.

“The victim confronted the suspect who ran away. The suspect was said to stand about 5’10”. The prosthetic leg was said to be of the “blade” type.” He was wearing Broncos gear.

Anyone with information can anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867 and reference case #2016-705490. The organization gives cash rewards of up to $2,000 upon conviction of suspects.

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