PHOENIX, AZ - A Phoenix man is accused of using his cellphone to surreptitiously record video under the dresses of dozens of women at various stores.
Phoenix police say 43-year-old Clinton L. Hollister is being held on 26 counts of voyeurism and attempted voyeurism.
Hollister was released on his own recognizance after his initial court appearance Tuesday.
Police say a woman shopping April 22 at an Ahwatukee fabric store noticed a man following her down multiple aisles with a cellphone in a handheld shopping basket.
The man fled before officers arrived, but police say Hollister was recently identified as a suspect.
A search warrant was served on his cellphone for forensic analysis.
Investigators say they recovered about 20 surreptitious videos filmed at fabric, wine, and thrift stores.
Police say Hollister, a father of two, even tried recording video of clients at his workplace.
He was released Tuesday to take care of his children, but is forced to wear an ankle monitor.
In addition, Hollister was ordered to stay away from any alleged victims and video recording equipment including smartphones.
Hollister's lawyer told the judge it will be difficult for his client to avoid cameras because his wife is a professional photographer.
Two of the victims have been identified but police are still trying to identify at least a dozen other women who were victims of this crime.
Phoenix police are asking anyone with information about the suspect or anyone that might have had contact with him to contact police at 602-534-2121.