Suspicious recording devices found in Virginia Tech bathroom

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BLACKSBURG, Va. (WFXR) — Virginia Tech police said a suspect was identified, is being cooperative with law enforcement and has admitted responsibility for their part in placing the cameras that were found in public restrooms on campus.

Police have not released his or her name.

According to police, one of the devices was disguised as a USB wall charger, which was plugged into a live electrical outlet. The other device was disguised as a clothing hook, which was mounted with adhesive and Velcro on a bathroom wall.

Virginia Tech police said they do not have any information to indicate the suspect acted with anyone else or has placed more cameras in restrooms around campus.

Anyone who sees any suspicous activity or has information about this particular incident is asked to call the Virginia Tech Police Department at the non-emergency number, 540-382-4343.

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