Petaluma police on Sunday arrested an employee of a grocery store on suspicion of hiding a cellphone to record women in a bathroom stall.

Police responded to the grocery store in the 600 block of East Washington Street around 3:45 p.m. An employee found a concealed cellphone with a direct view of a toilet actively recording video and determined it belonged to another employee, identified as Kendall Hansen-Keys, 26, of Rohnert Park, police said.

Petaluma Police Department Kendall Hansen-Keys, 26, was arrested Sunday, February 23, 2020 on suspicion of setting up a concealed cellphone in the women’s bathroom to secretly record at the Petaluma, Calif. grocery store where he worked.

Hansen-Keys admitted setting up the phone to record a female he was interested in. The phone contained video depicting two female employees, police said.

Hansen-Keys was arrested on suspicion of criminal invasion of privacy and booked into Sonoma County Jail, police said.

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