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Suspect arrested in second hidden camera case

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IRVING, Texas - The man accused of hiding a camera in a Braum's bathroom is facing new charges in another city.

Police in Irving believe Andrew Boden hid a camera inside the restroom at the Corner Bakery Café in the 7400 block of N. MacArthur Boulevard last August. They also have reason to believe he hid a camera in the men's bathroom disguised as an outlet at a Starbucks at MacArthur and 114.

"All the devices were placed in restrooms, they were located by employees while cleaning," said Officer Stephen Burres with Irving Police Department.

Investigators are also looking at him for other unsolved hidden camera cases in the city, police said.

Boden was first arrested earlier this week after Grapevine police got a tip that he had placed a camera disguised as an electrical outlet in the bathroom at Braum's on Main Street.

The camera caught images of the suspect and investigators allegedly found evidence linking Boden to the case on his office computer at Pioneer Natural Resources in Irving.

According to an arrest warrant affidavit, he admitted hiding the camera and placing several others across the DFW area.

Boden is now facing charges of improper photography or visual recording in both the Grapevine and Irving cases.

He was re-arrested Friday. He was booking into the jail in Irving on a $5,000 bond. When he bonded out of jail, he ran away from our FOX4 crew at Irving Police Department and jumped into his car with his wife.

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