Man Tried to Videotape Inside Target Dressing Room, GM Recall, Cool and Sunny

You expect privacy while you're at your favorite shopping spot, especially in a dressing room.  
Springdale Police are looking for a man they say compromised that privacy by trying to videotape women in dressing rooms at a Target location there. 
"I come here all the time, two, three times a week," said shopper Vera Simms.      
It's safe to say Simms comes to the East Kemper Road Target location pretty often.    
"It feels creepy. I don't expect when you come in the store that somebody's watching," said Simms. According to police, no one else at that store expected it either.   
They say a bearded man in a black baseball cap was trying to videotape females in the store's dressing rooms on Tuesday.
"It makes me sick to my stomach, truthfully," said shopper Pam Summerlin.   
This particular Target is one of Summerlin's favorite places to get whatever she needs.  But, an incident like this, she won't tolerate. Springdale is located near Cincinnati.

General Motors is recalling more than 700,000 cars and trucks. The company made the announcement Wednesday. The problems range from a broken screw that could cause front seats to move up and down freely, to problems with some welds, to problems with the power steering. GM said it is aware of two crashes and three injuries, but no deaths associated with the problems.  GM has now recalled nearly 30 million vehicles since the start of the year, by far a record for any automaker and more than half the vehicles recalled by the industry as a whole.

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