UPS: Hidden Camera Found In Pa. Restroom; Police Investigating

NORTH APOLLO, Pa. (AP) – Authorities are investigating after officials say a hidden mobile camera was found hidden in a women’s restroom at a United Parcel Service satellite facility in western Pennsylvania.

UPS spokeswoman Kim Krebs said Wednesday the person responsible for the camera found in the North Apollo facility has been identified and fired. Police have begun an investigation into the incident.

North Apollo is a borough located about 34 miles east of Pittsburgh.

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The device was discovered by a female employee on Tuesday. Police say it’s unclear how long it was in the restroom.

The number of victims wasn’t immediately known. Krebs didn’t release the identity or gender of the suspect.

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One Comment

  1. Jimmie Mesis says:

    Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon event. There is an epidemic of voyeurism throughout the US with hidden cameras being sold on the Internet for less than $50. Most of the time it requires a professional bug sweep specialist to find these cameras unless the installer did a poor install. Fortunately, the pervert’s image is usually captured by his own camera.
    Jimmie Mesis, TSCM, LPI, BAI

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