Man arrested, allegedly peered at women at two Toronto colleges

Posted Nov 2, 2010 by KJ Mullins
According to the Toronto Police a salesman is the suspect in a voyeurism investigation that begun in October. The man was arrested on Saturday.
Man Faces eight charges in voyeurism investigation. Erik Villumsen  26  of Mississauga
Man Faces eight charges in voyeurism investigation. Erik Villumsen, 26, of Mississauga
Toronto Police handout
According to a police report the accused traveled on occasion in Toronto and Mississauga. Between December 2009 and October 2010 the accused went to the Humber College residence at 3199 Lakeshore Boulevard West, as well as the University of Toronto, Mississauga residence at 3359 Mississauga Road, where he allegedly peered through windows at women in various stages of undress.
According to the report it is alleged that the suspect at times used binoculars to watch the women from the front seat of his four−door, blue, North American sedan. On two occasions he attempted to take photos of the women.
It is also alleged that the suspect used a hidden camera and cell phone to videotape underneath women's skirts in change rooms, stairwells and public washrooms at the Eaton Centre and the Scotia Bank Plaza.
On Saturday Toronto Police charged Erik Villumsen, 26, of Mississauga, with six counts of voyeurism-observe of record activity, mischief interfere with property and criminal harassment (watch).
Police believe there may be other victims.