Calgary police have charged a man after allegations he used a concealed camera to record still and video images of women beneath their dresses or skirts.
Police said they received a call July 23 of an alleged indecent act at the Crowfoot Public Library at 8633 Nose Hill Dr. NW.
A staff member confronted the suspect, who then fled the scene, and then police were called, they said.
Police said information learned through the investigation led officers to the home of a man they believe responsible for the act.
Donovan Lindsay Beppo, 46, of Calgary is charged with one count of voyeurism. Items belonging to Beppo, including a computer and a camera were also seized at the time of arrest, police said.
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Police also indicated more victims may come forward, as they believe the accused may have been engaged in the act for a lengthy time period.