RCMP charge man with voyeurism after two women discover modified mirror in bathroom

RCMP say a man from New Minas, N.S., is facing voyeurism charges. The Canadian Press

RCMP have charged a man with voyeurism after an extensive investigation found that a modified mirror allowed a bathroom to be viewed from an adjacent room.

Police say on Jan. 21, that RCMP received a complaint from two women who discovered the modified mirror in their bathroom at their residence on Blomidon Terrace.

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Officers investigated and found that modifications had been made to the mirror and wall behind it to allow for viewing from a nearby room.

The Mounties believe that the offences took place between Jan. 11 and Jan. 24.

Al Young, 55, of New Minas, N.S., has been charged with voyeurism.

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He’s scheduled to appear in Kentville Provincial Court on April 7.

RCMP ask potential victims or anyone with information to call police at 902-679-5555 or to contact Crime Stoppers.

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