Man accused of filming women in Virginia mall dressing rooms, cops say they found evidence he'd been doing it for years
A man is accused of filming women inside a Virginia shopping mall dressing room.
On Dec. 22, Prince William County police were called to the Potomac Mills Mall in Virginia after store employees reported a man was in the dressing room filming customers in other rooms, according to InsideNova.
The suspect placed a cell phone through a gap where the walls met the floor, according to InsideNova. When police arrived, they found the suspect, Chien Nan Chen, in one of the dressing rooms.
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Officers searched his phone and found multiple photos and videos that spanned years, according to the report.
Detectives are still working to identify the victims and where the location of where Chen allegedly filmed, the reported noted.
Chen was charged with unlawful filming and booked into jail.
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