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Man Accused of Spying on Women in Restroom

Man Accused of Spying on Women in Restroom

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(KSL News) Police are investigating a man accused of spying on women using a service station restroom.

These women contacted police Saturday after they found a camera attached to the toilet in the women's restroom at a Spanish Fork gas station.

Officers say Timothy Anderson, an employee, admitted to setting up the camera and spying on women as they used the restroom.

The women say they are shocked that anyone would do this.

One woman told us, "It's just sick. If he wanted to look at that he should go buy a magazine. Why look at innocent people?"

Police cited Anderson for voyeurism.

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