The year-old Elk River man has not been charged. The Star Tribune reports details were contained in a search warrant affidavit. The affidavit alleges the suspect used cameras that could be operated remotely using a cellphone. Authorities allege the man targeted stores frequented by teenage girls, including Hollister and Forever He was arrested in September with help from a store manager. According to the affidavit, the suspect would mount a fake shelf to fitting room walls at the Mall of America with cameras mounted under the shelves. Bloomington police learned that police also were investigating a hidden camera found at the Maplewood Mall. A cruise ship that was hit by the new coronavirus is headed to the port of Oakland, California, the captain told passengers Saturday night. A staple of the Costco shopping experience — free food samples — has been temporarily suspended by retailer because of the spread of the coronavirus, an employee said Friday. Florida health officials said late Friday that two people who tested positive for the new coronavirus have died in the state.
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An Elk River man is being investigated in connection with several cameras that were hidden inside dressing rooms at the Mall of America and Maplewood Mall. Criminal charges haven't been filed against the year-old suspect, but details of the investigation were revealed in a search warrant affidavit filed Tuesday in Hennepin County District Court. Authorities contend that the man targeted stores frequented by teenage girls over several months this year.
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A reporter in Washington, DC for Fox 5 is seeking a private investigator and security expert to comment about hidden cameras. The police have issued a warning about a new device that has been found within public store dressing rooms. Source It is very easy to hide a camera within regularly seen day to day items. Most people do not think twice about the camera's enclosure because it isn't unusual to see it where it is. A hook in a dressing room makes sense, right? If you see one of these within a dressing room though, chances are high that it is a hidden camera.