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Judge convicts man accused of taking upskirt photos at Washington Square

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Ignacio Napoles-Cinto, jail booking photo Ignacio Napoles-Cinto, jail booking photo
TIGARD, OR (KPTV) -

A man accused of taking upskirt photos of women at Washington Square was convicted on 11 counts of invasion of privacy.

A judge found Ignacio Napoles-Cinto guilty on Wednesday. He was arrested in August 2015 after police responded to the H&M store inside the mall.

Two girls reported to security that they saw Napoles-Cinto positioning a phone under women's skirts.

Investigators said he snapped photos of multiple unsuspecting women and evidence showed the victims were likely photographed at different locations.

Though he was convicted on 11 counts of invasion of privacy, a judge ruled he was not guilty on two additional counts.

Napoles-Cinto is set to be sentenced Jan. 22.

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