A man was arrested in Palatine, a suburb of Chicago after he was caught filming a young girl in a Target dressing room from under the door.
All details about the young girl are unknown, because police say she is of a very young age and her parents want to desperately protect her identity.
The story says the young girl was shopping with her parents in Target, and went into the dressing room to try on some outfits. When she looked down, she saw a hand holding a phone, taping her. She started screaming, and the man ran away. She then ran out of the dressing room and told her parents what happened.
Police used security tapes to identify the man.
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In 2015, a Palatine YMCA janitor was arrested for recording minors changing in the girls’ locker room, according to the Chicago Tribune. Elizur Gomez, 34, was arrested on two counts of unauthorized video recording after two minors noticed him recording them with his cell phone while they were changing.The two girls were changing out of their swimsuits after a swim meet when they noticed that Gomez was inside the locker room. One girl told the 34-year-old to leave, saying that the room was still in use. Gomez briefly left but then returned with his cell phone, hiding in a changing stall to surreptitiously film the girls.The minors noticed the cell phone and immediately ran out of the room, informing their parents and YMCA staff of the incident. YMCA officials contacted the police, who arrived on scene and promptly arrested Gomez. The janitor confessed his intent to record the minors.In a statement, YMCA said that Gomez was fired as a result of the incident.“Any contractor in our building is provided with and required to abide by our rigorous code of conduct,” the statement read, in part. “We insisted that the suspect be dismissed immediately for his inappropriate behavior, even while the investigation was underway.”