Man Recorded Female Customers in Dressing Room at Forever 21 at Sawgrass Mills: Police

Andre Clements faces two charges, police said

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    Andre Clements faces charges of video voyeurism and a breach of peace, Sunrise Police said. Shopper Jennifer Marks said she always takes new clothes home and tries them out there. (Published Monday, Dec. 31, 2012)

    A 30-year-old man was arrested after he was caught recording female customers dressing and undressing inside Forever 21 at Sawgrass Mills, authorities said.

    Andre Clements faces charges of video voyeurism and a breach of peace after his arrest Sunday, Sunrise Police said in an arrest report.

    A customer alerted the store manager that Clements “may have been peeping in on them” within the fitting room area, and the manager, when she inspected where Clements was, noticed several large slits in the curtains dividing dressing rooms, the report said.

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    Clements told a police officer that he did not cut the slits in the curtains, but he did admit that he used two phones to see and record customers in the fitting room next to his, the officer wrote in the report.

    The officer said he found several images and a recording of young female customers clad in underwear who seemed to be changing and trying on clothes.

    It was not immediately known whether Clements has an attorney.

    Outside the mall on Monday, mother and shopper Jennifer Marks said she has a foolproof way of avoiding unwanted eyes in dressing rooms.

    “That's why I always take my clothes home and get changed at home and try them out,” she said.

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