ORO VALLEY, AZ - Authorities say a man has been arrested for allegedly taking photographs of a woman in the changing room of a store in Oro Valley.
Oro Valley police said Monday that 28-year-old Eduardo Dominguez is being held on suspicion of surreptitious videotaping.
Officers were called to the store near Tucson on Sunday afternoon.
A customer told police she saw someone put a cellphone with a camera under the door of the changing room she was in.
Video obtained from Target store showed a man entered the changing room area while the woman was in one of the changing stalls.
Police say the man was identified and taken into custody.
They didn't immediately know Monday if Dominguez had an attorney yet for his case.
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