Police still looking for victims in 'selfie theft' case

Arron Hoch (Photo courtesy Fox Crossing Police Dept.)

OSHKOSH (WLUK) – A wireless store manager accused of stealing “selfie” images of women from phones they traded in does not yet have an attorney. Meanwhile, police continue to look for victims in the case.

Arron Hoch also faces a theft count for allegedly stealing $50,000 worth of items from the Fox Crossing retailer.

Hoch was charged Dec. 8, and remains in custody on a $2,000 cash bond. He did not have an attorney at Thursday’s hearing, so a preliminary hearing set for next week was canceled, according to court records.

He returns to court Jan. 4 for a scheduling conference.

As police investigated a Sept. 1 burglary at the A Wireless store, investigators recovered electronic storage devices containing personal photos – including women who were nude or in various states of undress.

Originally, police identified four of the women. Since then, another woman has come forward, and additional charge will be requested, according to Officer Jason Weber. However, police are still looking to identify ten of the women. If anyone feels that they may fall into this category, they are asked to contact Detective Anderson at (920) 720-7109.

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