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A man disguised himself as a woman to enter the ladies’ room and record girls and young women with a hidden camera in their shoes

A 23-year-old young man who recorded women in a public bathroom in Massachusetts (USA) was arrested this week and charged with 12 counts of child pornography, after videos of his victims, several of them under the age of 18, were found on his phone. age.

Jacob Guerrero was captured when he was leaving the parking lot of the e-commerce company Amazon, where he worked as a deliveryman. However, he had been initially detained on September 2 after several customers at a nearby shopping center reported seeing him. woman’s dress and “acting suspiciously” in the ladies’ room, reported in a release Wrentham Police.

The incident occurred on August 24. According to the investigation, Guerrero she wore a blonde wig and it is presumed that, once in the women’s bathroom, he occupied the cabins adjoining those that were being used by minors between 12 and 15 years of age. He apparently carried a spy camera pen attached to one of his shoes that made it easy for him to record his victims unsuspectingly and then transfer the footage to his mobile phone.

The suspect was identified with the help of surveillance cameras and arrested a week later on the charge of photographing an unsuspecting naked person. He was released on bail the same day, but authorities continued their investigation. Later, they obtained a warrant to search Guerrero’s vehicle and cell phone, where they discovered twelve videos of naked and semi-naked women that she had recorded without their consent, five of whom were under the age of 18.

Several are between 8 and 11 years old. In one of the cases, the evidence suggests that the suspect secretly recorded a young woman through the window of her room while she undressed, “the authorities detail. Guerrero was arrested again on October 18 and the next day he appeared before the court.

Several law enforcement agencies in Massachusetts and elsewhere are still pursuing the case. Meanwhile, the Boston 25 News channel reported that Amazon is aware of the criminal investigation and confirmed that Jacob “no longer delivers packages” for the company.

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