WHITE MARSH, Md. — Police in Maryland say they’ve identified a man who set up a hidden camera in a bathroom after discovering that the device also took images of him.

WBAL-TV reported Friday that the camera was set up in a restroom inside a shopping mall in White Marsh, which is northeast of Baltimore.

Baltimore County police said they identified the man after releasing clear images of him to the public. Police said he will face charges once detectives finish their investigation.

The camera was discovered by a shopper on Dec. 23. It was found in the family restroom of the food court area and secured with electrical tape to a partition.

It included an SD card containing video. Police said a few people, including children, were recorded.

Information from: WBAL-TV, http://www.wbaltv.com

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