A 35-year-old bank employee was charged after he reportedly used his phone to record unsuspecting women as they used the bank’s bathroom.
According to authorities, on December 27, 2018, Evesham Police Officers responded to the Citizen’s Bank, 791 E. Rte. 70 for a female customer who reported she was video recorded in the bathroom.
Investigation determined that a female customer, while using the women’s restroom observed a suspicious envelope on the stall. Upon a closer examination, she located a phone inside the envelope, with its camera recording.
Officials say the envelope and phone were situated in a manner where the camera would record people using the toilet.
The female customer immediately attempted to take the phone to bank personnel at which time she was abruptly intercepted by an employee, Larry Tucker. Tucker took custody of the phone, and would not let her pass it onto the bank supervisor. He then left the building and fled with the phone.
Through an extensive investigation involving numerous search warrants for the suspects home and electronic equipment, it was determined by investigators that Tucker was using his phone to record unsuspecting females in bathrooms.
As a result of the investigation, police charged Larry Tucker Jr., 35, of Berlin, with 3rd degree Invasion of Privacy. He was released on his own recognizance.