Fry's surveillance video
Maricopa police released this video of the man taken by a surveillance camera at Fry's Marketplace.

Update, 6 a.m. Wednesday: Maricopa police have announced they have “resolved” the case, thanking the public for its help in making an identification. “In an attempt to protect the privacy of those involved, we are unable to make any further comments on this case,” the department posted on Facebook.


Maricopa police are looking for the man who propositioned a female worker at Fry’s and then followed her home.

The incident occurred between 8 and 9 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3, according to police, who posted a photo of the guy in a Monday morning Facebook post that started off “A little creepy.”

Police gave the following account:

As a Fry’s employee shopped after her shift on Wednesday night, a man propositioned the female, who rebuffed his advances.

A short time later, she left the store to return to her Maricopa home. While she was unloading her groceries at home, the same man arrived at the residence in a white SUV and asked her if she wanted to get a “brewsky.”

The female again rejected the man’s advances and went inside her home. Upset by the incident, she called police to document the incident.

The image of the man was captured by a security camera at Fry’s. He appeared to be wearing a green shirt, dark pants and wore a mask in the store. Police asked the public for help in identifying the man, saying they would like to have a chat with him.

Police used the incident to remind residents to always pay attention to their surroundings and call police if being followed.

“We understand all situations are different, but if you think something is just not right, chances are high that we agree,” police said.