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Man found guilty for taking restroom pictures with hidden camera

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A superior court jury found Frank Garrido Blas guilty of two misdemeanor counts of invasion of privacy. The former local bank employee took photographs of women in the restroom and stored it on a personal laptop. 

The incidents happened back in 2009 when Blas was the head of maintenance and had access to utility rooms in the bank. Upon discovery of the hole in the wall and the photographs, Blas was fired.

His sentencing is scheduled for February 27.

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