Hidden Camera found in Glendora coffee shop women's bathroom

Hidden Camera found in Glendora coffee shop women's bathroom. Police arrested a man accused of secretly videotaping more than 40 women using the restroom at a Glendora coffee shop, officials said Wednesday.

William Zafra Velasco, 25, an unemployed student and resident of San Dimas, was arrested May 4 for purportedly hiding a camera inside the women's toilet for two days in April at the Starbucks in the 1800 block of East Route 66.

The camera was hidden as a plastic coat hook and was affixed to a wall directly across from a toilet. A Starbucks employee revealed the device and called police, they said.

Police said, shortly after the system arrested Velasco, who downloaded the device about every hour to his laptop computer while sitting in his car.

Detectives confiscated his laptop and say they found video of at least 45 female victims, including children, using the toilet. It did not emerge that any of the videos were uploaded to the Internet or circulated, they said.
Velasco faces felony charges in link with the case. He has posted $50,000 bail and is set to emerge in court June 21.

So far, police have known 11 victims, but Glendora police are asking for the public's help in identifying the other 34 victims.
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