A Subway employee is facing three counts of felony voyeurism after police said he installed a "spy camera" in the restaurant's bathroom.
According to the report, Darien Police received a complaint Wednesday that a camera was installed in Subway's unisex bathroom. The footage revealed three separate individuals unknowingly captured on video. In addition to the victims, police said the suspect, Marco Dias, 21, of Bridgeport, was also captured on the video.
At about 1:15 Thursday afternoon, the Darien Police Detective Division executed an arrest warrant and took Dias into custody at Subway, located at 22 Heights Road.
Dias was originally held on a $25,000 bond, but during processing, police learned he was in the United States illegally. Darien Police contacted the United States Immigration Service who subsequently placed a "detainer" on Dias, meaning he is now being held indefinitely. Police said Dias had no prior criminal history.
At 5 p.m. Thursday, Darien detectives executed a search warrant on Dias' Bridgeport residence. The search produced an additional "spy" type camera and associated computer equipment. Police said these items will be forensically examined and that the matter is still under investigation.