- Associated Press - Friday, October 24, 2014

IRVING, Texas (AP) - North Texas police say their investigation of a man who secretly placed cameras in various public restrooms has uncovered nearly 1,000 videos of women.

Irving police spokesman James McLellan said Friday the videos were taken from the computers, flash drives and other devices owned by 65-year-old Andrew Boden.

Authorities announced in June that Boden had been arrested on a charge of improper photography or video recording. But the extent of the recordings weren’t publicly known until this week.

McLellan says cameras were placed in bathrooms at fast-food restaurants, grocery stores and other locations. In one instance a camera was concealed in a fake wall outlet.

Boden has bonded out of jail. McLellan says he was living in a hotel and a number for him could not be located for comment.

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