By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Brooklyn man is accused of secretly recording two female roommates with hidden cameras inside their bedroom and bathroom.

The district attorney’s office says 57-year-old Thomas Tamborski faces 36 counts of unlawful surveillance.

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According to his indictment, he planted several cameras in a spare bedroom he rented to the victims and a shared bathroom.

The incidents took place at an apartment building on Franklin Street in Greenpoint, where Tamborski was also the superintendent. He allegedly recorded a 33-year-old woman back in December 2018, and then a 24-year-old between Dec. 2020 and Jan. 2021.

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Authorities said the latest victim suspected someone was going into her bedroom without permission, so she installed a security camera. When she reviewed the footage, she noticed an infrared light, which appeared to be a hidden camera.

Police found several items that either contained or were capable of containing a recording device, including two cellphones, an alarm clock, an air freshener, and a SONOS speaker.

The victim told police Tamborski insisted the clock, air freshener and speaker stay in the bathroom at all times.

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He was released from custody and is due to appear in court on Aug. 18.

CBSNewYork Team