FAIRFAX, Va. - A former maintenance worker set up a motion-activated camera in a woman’s bathroom at the apartment building he worked at in Fairfax, according to officials.
Fairfax County police said 35-year-old Adnan Dzubur was called to a 23-year-old woman’s apartment unit at a building in the 12700 block of Fair Lakes Circle after the power went out.
Dzubur was able to restore the power, but before he left, officials stated he told the woman he left a monitoring device in the bathroom and that it needed to stay there.
The woman called police and turned over the device and authorities determined it was a motion-activated camera.
Police said Dzubur, who is wanted for unlawful filming, was fired from the apartment complex and officials believed he may have fled the U.S.
Detectives urged anyone who may have experienced a similar incident with Dzubur to call the Fair Oaks Police District Criminal Investigation Section at (703) 591-0585.