A former Sears maintenance worker accused of videotaping changing rooms is suspected of filming more than a thousand victims over a three-year period, say prosecutors.
The city attorney's office says 27-year-old Alejandro Gamiz was charged Thursday with 30 counts of peeping and 30 counts of concealing a video recording device inside a changing room. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday.
Gamiz was arrested April 12 after hidden cameras were found inside a North Hollywood Sears. He is accused of using a hidden cameras to film activity during store hours.
He would allegedly download footage during his after-hours maintenance shift. Investigators are searching Gamiz's computers to identify victims.