Man arrested for hidden cameras in Fla. vacation home
Police in Florida have made an arrest in a case involving an Indiana family who uncovered secret cameras while vacationing.
The family of 15 found cameras placed by a man who police say wanted to spy on their every move in a Fort Myers rental home. They found the first of many cameras when they took apart a malfunctioning clock radio in a bathroom. Police found several other secret cameras throughout the vacation home.
The family told investigators Robert Moore made several odd visits during their stay to work on appliances and other electronics. One of the victims told a Florida television station it could happen to anyone.
"I don't think any of us are safe anymore. That's kind of a sad thing to say, I mean, on vacations and what not. I mean, you have no way of really knowing," said Kim Elmaleh.
What's worse, investigators say, is while serving search warrants at Moore's home, they recovered more than 4,000 video clips of other unsuspecting families in their most private moments.
Moore was arrested last week in Orange County, Florida on voyeurism and felony child pornography charges. Investigators say he was planning to skip town.