Waterford Police have charged a Rhode Island man suspected in voyeurism at the Crystal Mall.
Police have charged Christopher Gribble, 40, of Westerly, Rhode Island, with two counts of voyeurism, two counts of disorderly conduct and one count risk of injury to a minor.
He was arrested after an investigation that began in September. Waterford Police were called to the Crystal Mall on September 8 and then again on September 29 for complaints of voyeuristic behavior occurring at Abercrombie and Fitch and Aeropostle.
In both incidents, a man attached a small, digital recording device to the top of his sneaker, then walked into the fitting room area and stuck his foot underneath the fitting room doors, police said.
When he was confronted, he fled the scene.
One victim was a teenager and the other was a young adult, police said. Police said at the time that they believe that more people could have been recorded.
On Oct. 2, police said they had identified a suspect. They also said they secured evidence.
Gribble was released on a cash bond pending his appearance on Oct. 29, in the New London Superior Court.