PHOENIX - Hidden cameras are selling so quickly at some stores, managers can’t even keep them in stock.
Mark Ciammitti of Spy and Security Headquarters in Phoenix told ABC15 that many of his customers are husbands and wives who are looking to catch a cheating spouse.
His store is waiting on another shipment of hidden cameras to arrive in the next few days after such high demand.
Before you become your own private investigator, it’s probably best to consult an attorney, too; otherwise, you could violate the law.
“You might find yourself needing an attorney for another reason,” said Attorney Monica Lindstrom, “like you’re in jail.”
Lindstrom said it’s fine to put a tracking device on your own car, as long as you own it.
She also told ABC15 that hidden cameras or “nanny cameras” are generally okay to place in open areas of your home, such as the kitchen or living room. Never place it in a private area, like a bedroom or bathroom, she said.
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