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 December 21, 2012  Posted by  Breaches, Court

Jason Kande reports:

A former Sears maintenance worker spied on women and children for years by secretly filming in women’s restrooms and fitting rooms at a North Hollywood branch and managers turned a “blind eye” to his “outwardly suspicious and highly questionable behavior,” a lawsuit by 25 women and a child alleges.

Alejandro Gamiz, 28, allegedly bought tools and supplies to facilitate his peeping activities, yet no one at Sears noticed him bring these supplies onto the premises or use them, the lawsuit said.

Read more on NBC Southern California. Not only did the former employee allegedly peep on women and children in fitting rooms and restrooms, but the complaint alleges that he also uploaded some of the videos to the  Internet.

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