The old Sears located in North Hollywood is being scrutinized after one of their employees was caught videotaping women in the dressing rooms and in the bathrooms.

Sears inside Plaza del Norte.
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Sears security personnel recently discovered that several of their dressing room stalls and bathroom stalls were wired with spy cams, and had been for at least three years.

LAPD detective said that 27-year-old Alejandro Gamiz allegedly wired spy cams in these rooms while he was working as a maintenance man at the store. Crawford said he has been doing this, “for 3 years, that we’re aware of, while he worked at Sears.”

Unfortunately, the majority of the potential victims will never know if this North Hollywood Sears peeping Tom has footage of them. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is prosecuting him for burglary and “surreptitiously recording unsuspecting women,” which does not require testimony from the victims.

The Sears in question is located at 12121 Victory Boulevard, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

Gamiz was released after he posted his $20,000 bail. If you have any more information regarding this case, please contact your local authorities.

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