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

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.

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