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Toronto man charged in voyeurism case
Police found cameras scattered through the mans apartment, including in the washroom...
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Police have arrested a 61 year old Toronto man and charged him with voyeurism when someone renting his home, found hidden cameras scattered throughout.

Some were even found in the bathroom.

Toronto Police say the two people had been invited to stay at the home of a friend, while he was out of town.

Cops believe photographs and videos were taken of people who stayed in the apartment, including in the washroom.

Ian Campbell was arrested after police searched the home in the George Street and The Esplanade area.

He faces four counts of voyeurism, and officers believe there could be more victims out there.

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With friends like these, you don't need enemies.

Police have arrested a 61 year old Toronto man and charged him with voyeurism when someone renting his home, found hidden cameras scattered throughout.

Some were even found in the bathroom.

Toronto Police say the two people had been invited to stay at the home of a friend, while he was out of town.

Cops believe photographs and videos were taken of people who stayed in the apartment, including in the washroom.

Ian Campbell was arrested after police searched the home in the George Street and The Esplanade area.

He faces four counts of voyeurism, and officers believe there could be more victims out there.

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