Person of interest in case of hidden camera in restroom at Starbucks. (Photo: Sherwood Police)
SHERWOOD, OR (KPTV) -
Sherwood police are trying to track down the person who left a hidden camera inside a bathroom at Starbucks.
The hidden camera was discovered May 1 at Starbucks, 20661 S.W. Roy Rogers Road. Police said the camera was in a unisex public restroom.
Investigators said they don't know of this happening at any other Starbucks locations in the area. Police have not released what kind of camera it is, but they said it was in a location that could capture graphic images.
The Sherwood Police Department has been working closely with Starbucks to try and identify a suspect in the case.
Starbucks released a statement to Fox 12 about the case. It says: " We take our obligation to provide a safe environment for our customers and employees very seriously and we are concerned to learn of this disturbing incident. Our store partners took swift action as soon as they discovered the recording device by immediately alerting the police department. We are now supporting police in their investigation in every way possible and have provided them with surveillance footage."
Surveillance images are being released to the public in hopes of identifying someone considered a person of interest at this point.
He is between 48 and 55-years-old, standing 6' tall to 6'4" with a medium build and graying hair. He was clean shaven with no tattoos or other identifying marks seen.
If you recognize this man, he is wanted for questioning by officers. Contact Detective Debbie Smith at 503-925-7117 with any details.
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