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Colorado teens under investigation after reportedly setting up cameras in locker room

By: KKTV
October 6, 2017 Updated: October 7, 2017 at 7:51 pm
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The Huerfano County Sheriff's Department is investigating after four middle school boys, allegedly set up their phone cameras in a locker room to record middle school girls changing. (Credit: Google Maps)

WALSENBURG - The Huerfano County Sheriff's Department is investigating after four middle school boys, allegedly set up their phone cameras in a locker room to record middle school girls changing.

Parents in Huerfano county told 11 news they were surprised to hear the news.The young girls in the locker room spotted them, and handed them over to their coach.

"It's shocking, it is just because everyone deserves their privacy. I'm just glad they got caught honestly,” Rosa Kongta said.

Trinidad School District 1’s Superintendent, Scott Mader says the girls were using what is normally a boy’s locker at Peakview School in Walsenberg.

Read more at kktv.com.

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