Ont. man charged with voyeurism after hidden camera found in school washroom

A 33-year-old man has been charged with voyeurism after a hidden camera was allegedly discovered in the employee washroom of a Brantford, Ont.

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Brantford police say they were contacted on Feb. 17, by staff who say the camera was found in in an employee washroom at James Hillier Public School.

Police allege a hole had been made in a ceiling tile and a camera was hidden within the drop ceiling.

The seized camera contained at least one image of an adult, investigators say.

Brent Lawrence Hachborn, 33, of Brantford, has been charged with one count of adult voyeurism.

According to police, Hachborn is an employee with the Grande Erie District School Board.

He is expected to attend a bail hearing on Friday.

Police believe there may be more victims and the investigation is ongoing.



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