LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A former Sears maintenance worker was convicted of four criminal counts of illegally using a video recording device in a changing room or bathroom.
Alejandro Gamiz, 27, at a Sears store in North Hollywood, was arrested April 12 after officers found finding hidden cameras that he allegedly placed behind store walls.
The cameras were triggered by motion sensors and filmed activity during store hours, official said.
Gamiz would allegedly download video from the day during his after-hours shift.
Security from the store eventually discovered the cameras that were traced back to him, according to the City Attorney's Office.
Gamiz to one year in county jail and placed him on summary probation for three years.
He was also ordered into a one year live-in psychiatric rehabilitation program to follow his jail sentence.
Under terms of probation, he is prohibited from owning or possessing any computer or cameras of any kind and he may not access the Internet for any reason.
Anyone with information related to the case is asked to contact North Hollywood Sexual Assault Detectives at 818-623-4090 or 818-623-4045.
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