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Suspected voyeur arrested on suspicion of filming over cubicles in Romford Station toilets

PUBLISHED: 14:47 12 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:58 12 October 2018

BTP officers were called to Romford Station yesterday. Photo: KEN MEARS

BTP officers were called to Romford Station yesterday. Photo: KEN MEARS

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A man has been arrested by police officers on suspicion of filming over cubicles in the women’s toilets at Romford Station.

Officers from British Transport Police (BTP) Essex were called to Romford Station in South Street yesterday (Thursday, October 11), to reports of a man filming over cubicles in the women’s toilets.

With assistance from station staff, the BTP’s disruption team located the suspect and he was arrested on suspicion of voyeurism.

The British Transport Police has been contacted for further comment.

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