Contributed photo

Cops: Woman took photos of girl using bathroom in Gwinnett

Suwanee police are looking for a woman who allegedly took photos of a child while she was using the restroom, according to a press release.

Two girls went to the bathroom the Lowe’s on Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road on Nov. 4, according to the release sent by police Jan. 23. While one of the girls was in a bathroom stall, she saw a woman’s hand with long purple fingernails holding a cell phone under the stall, according to police. The child told officers she saw herself on the phone screen and heard the “camera sound.”

READ | Police: Alleged Gwinnett sex trafficker met runaways on Instagram

Surveillance footage shows a woman exiting the bathroom around the time of the alleged camera incident and meeting up with a male shopper. The man made purchases with a credit card, allowing police to identify him as Eugenio Garcia-Aragon, a 26-year-old Forest Park resident.

Suwanee police want to speak to Garcia-Aragon about the incident and in order to identify the female suspect. She could be charged with invasion of privacy, police said. The department has tried multiple times to reach Garcia-Aragon, but have not been successful.

Police are looking for Eugenio Garcia-Aragon (bottom left) in connection with a woman (top photos, bottom right) who allegedly took photos of a child in a public restroom.
Photo: Suwanee Police Department

Anybody who knows Garcia-Aragon’s whereabouts or has more information about the female suspect or the case should contact Detective Chance Belcher at or 770-904-7629.

Like Gwinnett County News on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter and Instagram
Stay up to the minute with breaking news on Channel 2 Action News This Morning

Channel 2's Berndt Petersen is in northeast Gwinnett, where crews will begin work to replace the overpass on Spout Springs Road over I-85.

Support real journalism. Support local journalism. Subscribe to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution today. See offers.

Your subscription to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution funds in-depth reporting and investigations that keep you informed. Thank you for supporting real journalism.