Observant store security officers identified the problem quickly, allowing for the arrest of the suspect.
Auburn Hills (Michigan) police investigators have arrested and charged a 46-year-old Orion Township man with installing the hidden camera inside the Target store on Brown Road, as Nathan Howard Wilson was arraigned on four felony charges: surveilling an unclothed person, capturing or distributing an image of an unclothed person, eavesdropping and using a computer to commit a crime. Wilson is jailed on a $50,000 cash bond and is due back in court on February 3.
The investigation opened on Sunday afternoon, January 19, when summoned to the store by loss prevention officer, with officers confronting Wilson as he left the store. The camera had just been installed.
“The investigation revealed that Wilson entered the store, selected some clothing, and entered into one of the fitting rooms,” Auburn Hills police said. “It is alleged that he placed a recording device in one of the rooms. Once Wilson left the room, loss prevention staff confirmed that a camera had been installed and immediately called the police. Wilson was found to be in possession of other recording devices, similar to what was placed in the fitting room. Subsequently, Wilson was arrested and lodged at the Oakland County jail pending charges…” The Oakland Press