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Evansville Cell Phone Store Employee Accused of Stealing Nude Photos and Videos

An Evansville man is facing numerous charges after police say he stole private photos and videos from customers' phones while working as a contracted employee at the AT&T store on First Avenue.

Posted: Aug 27, 2021 11:05 AM
Updated: Aug 27, 2021 6:09 PM

An Evansville cell phone store employee is facing dozens of charges after police say a search of his phone revealed nude photos and videos that he stole from customers' cellphones, in addition to pictures and videos that he took himself at different locations around the city.

26-year-old Cameron Wynne of Evansville was originally arrested back in July after police said he had exposed himself to a customer and tried to take pictures up her dress while he was working as a contractor for Prime Communications at the AT&T store on First Avenue in Evansville, Indiana.

Cameron Wynne - Vanderburgh County Jail

Wynne was booked into the Vanderburgh County Jail again on the morning of Friday, Aug. 27, on a slew of new charges after police say his phone was searched following his July arrest.

Police say Wynne removed private photos and videos from the phones of multiple victims while he was working at the cell phone store on First Avenue and transferred those files to his own phone.

According to police, Wynne also used his own phone to take inappropriate pictures and videos of unsuspecting women in different stores around the city. They say he also sexually assaulted several victims in different ways.

EPD says Wynne has been charged with the following:

  • Sexual Battery (6 Counts)
  • Criminal Conversion (7 Counts)
  • Public Indecency (4 Counts)
  • Voyeurism (13 Counts)
  • Battery (4 Counts)
  • Battery by Bodily Waste (2 Counts)

Police say the case involves over a dozen victims, with the ages of those victims ranging from 17-years-old to 81-years-old. Police also said that several women in the case haven't been identified yet, but that if they are, additional charges would be filed against Wynne.

Detective Cameron Werne of EPD Sexual Crimes Unit told 44News, "It's extremely important for people to come forward because we're usually able to identify a lot more victims then."

Investigators believe the offenses Wynne's accused of took place between the dates of March 28 through July 14.

Wynne was booked into the Vanderburgh County Jail on a $10,000 cash bond.

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