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DALLAS (CBSDFW) – A North Texas man is due in court next week to face charges involving a hidden camera found in the bathroom of a restaurant two years ago.

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65-year old Andrew Crawford Boden is accused of putting a video camera in bathrooms of businesses in Irving and Dallas.

Police say he became a suspect when a camera was found in a Braum’s restaurant in Grapevine and investigators say images of Boden’s face were captured on the video.

Andrew Boden Suspect

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According to police, Boden placed cameras in bathrooms at fast-food restaurants, grocery stores and other locations. In one instance a camera was concealed in a fake wall outlet.

During the investigation, police discovered over 1,000 videos of women on computers, flash drives and other devices owned by Boden.

Boden faces up to 2 years in prison on each of the charges.

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