Image copyright Toronto Police Image caption The alleged victims were teenage girls who were in the locker room changing
A man has been charged after a model allegedly found recording equipment in a change room at a Toronto hotel.
The woman allegedly heard something inside the locker room at the Crowne Plaza Downtown Toronto in July.
The woman called hotel staff, who saw wires and other equipment inside the locker room.
The man has been charged with voyeurism, possession of child pornography and possession of property obtained by crime.
Toronto police said in a statement on Wednesday that the victims were “multiple teenage girls”.
Further details of the woman’s complaint, which led to the charges, were not released.
Image copyright Capital News Image caption The Crowne Plaza Toronto in Toronto, where the alleged filming took place
It was not immediately clear how the man obtained the footage.
Spokesman Mark Pugash said police were investigating other possible victims, but did not provide details.
He said officers were also waiting to speak to hotel staff.
“We have good information that there are additional victims, and other hotels where this may have occurred,” he said.
A spokesperson for the Crowne Plaza in Toronto said the hotel was cooperating with the police investigation.
The incident comes just a week after a similar incident in Boston.
In that case, two women who were among a group of approximately 25 people inside a hotel changing room when someone appeared in the room, continued changing after the person left.