LAS VEGAS (KXNT) – A grand jury has indicted a Las Vegas man who investigators say hid several cameras around his southeast area home before renting the house to unsuspecting vacationers on multiple rental websites, according to police.

Christopher Rogers was indicted early this month by a grand jury in the 8th Judicial District Court on five counts of capturing an image of the private area of another, the culmination of a 10-month investigation, a Las Vegas Metro Police statement reported.

The case began in January when a renter at a home at 7494 Forestdale Court in the southeast Las Vegas valley called police after finding cameras hidden in several rooms of the house.

Southeast Command detectives responded and determined the homeowner Rogers installed the cameras in 2015 and listed the home for rent on multiple vacation rental websites.

After an evaluation of the case by the Clark County District Attorney’s Office, Rogers, 43, was arrested in June.

Authorities are hoping to find other potential victims who rented the home naytime between October 2015 and January 2016.


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