Someone Found A Camera Hidden In Their Smoke Detector & A Toronto Man Has Been Arrested

Police say there may be other victims.

Toronto Police Charge A Man After Hidden Camera Found In Smoke Detector
Toronto Associate Editor

A Toronto man has been accused of breaking into an apartment and installing a hidden camera inside a smoke detector.

In a press release issued this morning, Toronto police announced they arrested a man believed to be responsible for breaking into and entering a midtown apartment in the Holly Street and Eglinton Avenue West area on Wednesday, August 25.

It is alleged that the man was a building superintendent and that he had entered a tenant's unit without consent and placed a hidden camera inside their smoke detector.

Police charged 37-year-old Vincent Abbott with breaking and entering and voyeurism. Abbott appeared at College Park Court on Thursday.

Toronto police also believe there could be other victims.

Alex Arsenych
Toronto Associate Editor