Police say man took upskirt photos at Microsoft

SEATTLE — Police say a man who worked as a contract employee on the Microsoft campus in Redmond was taking upskirt video photos of women with a tiny camera.

The camera was lost and found last July by another employee on a foot path. He turned it over to security employees who discovered the images.

KIRO reports the investigation led to voyeurism charges March 28 against 34-year-old Leonard Raymundo. He has no criminal history and will be arraigned April 10 in King County Superior Court.

Police say there are 93 unsuspecting women on the videos who have not been identified. In addition to the Microsoft campus, photos were apparently taken on stairs and escalators at airports and other locations.

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