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    Has anyone ever had a recording device they placed in a hidden area that was seized by police?

    Were you caught? What is the likely hood of a positive fingerprint match? I'm fearful this is how they will ID me. Probation, so fingerprint likely? How good are forensic results?

    Are they likely to try and recover files to see if they can ID?

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    If your fingerprints are on file and you were dumb enough to leave fingerprints on your device, yes, you are screwed. If they can view the files, then they will have proof of illegal activity. They don't likely need to identify anyone.

    Expect a search warrant for your computers and LEA is pretty effective at breaking into them once seized.

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    If I were you I would not be worried about the fingerprints so much because whoever found it probably tainted the scene pretty bad before they had a chance to get the forensic guys there. I would be very worried about the files on the device though. They most likely will pull the files off the device and then may possibly do file recovery for any previous files that were on the card or drive before. Even if they were deleted I would assume if there were any files on the card that could identify you that they have them. Now if they recover files that only identify you and not see you actually committing any crime(you in a different place then camera was found doing truly innocent things) then I would say that you sold your old phone on Craiglist or something and it had your old memory card in there when you sold it. Make them prove there was a crime committed. But honestly if they don't find fingerprints to identify you and the police or victim don't recognize you in any of the videos and know exactly who you are 9 times out of ten it will end right there even if they have a clear photo of your face. It's not a murder and the normal police are most likely not going to run facial recognition for a crime this small. This is all depending on where you live. Some police in certain cities, states, countries won't do any investigating at all. Honestly I knew plenty on police before that didn't want to do much and they would write a police report and bag it as evidence never to be seen again. Are you even sure the police were called?

    To be safe I'd hide all your electronics for a few days off site
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    It really does depend on the situation. If a victim found the devise then there is more of a push to find you. It is not just your camera that you have to worry about. I read a story of a guy who got planting a camera in a coffee shop bathroom. He was out of town at the time. Shop camera catches him going into and out of the bathroom. Parking lot camera catches him walking across the parking lot and crossing the street. Another parking lot camera catches him at his car including the tag number. That was enough to get a search warrant and once that happens you are done. However trying to id you off a picture usually isn't going to happen.

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    yea i would be more worried about the device as well. from personal experience even after deleting all evidence from everywhere the police still found the video and even found other videos that were deleted months before so yea they have the tech needed to find what they want. i also agree that as long as you weren't caught on camera then you might not have anything to worry about but i would play it safe and not go back to the location for awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caught22 View Post
    If I were you I would not be worried about the fingerprints so much because whoever found it probably tainted the scene pretty bad before they had a chance to get the forensic guys there. I would be very worried about the files on the device though. They most likely will pull the files off the device and then may possibly do file recovery for any previous files that were on the card or drive before. Even if they were deleted I would assume if there were any files on the card that could identify you that they have them. Now if they recover files that only identify you and not see you actually committing any crime(you in a different place then camera was found doing truly innocent things) then I would say that you sold your old phone on Craiglist or something and it had your old memory card in there when you sold it. Make them prove there was a crime committed. But honestly if they don't find fingerprints to identify you and the police or victim don't recognize you in any of the videos and know exactly who you are 9 times out of ten it will end right there even if they have a clear photo of your face. It's not a murder and the normal police are most likely not going to run facial recognition for a crime this small. This is all depending on where you live. Some police in certain cities, states, countries won't do any investigating at all. Honestly I knew plenty on police before that didn't want to do much and they would write a police report and bag it as evidence never to be seen again. Are you even sure the police were called?

    To be safe I'd hide all your electronics for a few days off site

    The way the camera is positioned in the store it does not seem like it's possible to see anyone entering the restroom. Also there are things in the hallway so it could be made to look like I'm looking at the things on the wall.

    I'm 100% certain it was an employee that found the device and reported it to the police. Given that there may not be any victims will the police likely pursue the case?

    I'm very concerned about the finger printing as that is the only thing that may tie me up, since I'm on file. It is a somewhat small town. Have you had experience with something like this is the past?

    Thanks for the advice.

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    hate to break it to you but you really fucked up. if your fingerprints are on there as well as your face from when you set the cam up, expect a visit. take any hard drives that have EVER had any voyeur material on them, and destroy them. right now. i'd highly recommend a thermite solution if possible, otherwise a sledge hammer will have to do. wipe it clean of your fingerprints beforehand and this time for the love of god use gloves. once destroyed dispose of it in a public trash can, not your own. destroy any voyeur equipment you use. shoe cam setup? burn it. sd card? burn it. you need to get on damage control before they even knock on your door. replace the hard drives and encrypt them with veracrypt. make it a complicated password. next, get a GOOD sex crime lawyer on retainer. if there was one piece of advice you ever needed right now, it's to not cheap out on a lawyer. you're gonna lose some serious money, but this could be years of your life and sex offender registries.

    if(when) they come for you, you only say 1 word. lawyer. don't say another word to them until your lawyer gets there and is right beside you. then he will do the talking for you. they can and probably will make a very public case against you, and they will win. you need a really good lawyer that can maybe get the felonies dropped to misdemeanors or at least keep you off the sex offender list.it's possible they could hit you with a destroying evidence charge, but again, GET A GOOD LAWYER. good luck brother.
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    My main suggestion is even if the police never find you, that you never ever go back to that place.

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    If there are any victims that you may not have committed a crime. You have to actually film someone to have committed a crime. Also even if they can pull a print and find a match it would not be proof beyond a reasonable doubt that you placed the camera there. However it would be probable cause for a search warrant. Don't wait be proactive and get ready for that know on the door that hopefully never comes. Hide or destroy and drives or sd card that you have ever used and wipe your browser history. If any drives have anyone you even think might be underage destroy that drive. Good luck and keep us posted

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    BTW isn't this the second time you have been caught. If that is what you are on probation for you may be fucked. Maybe not enough to charge but enough to violate you. If you get lucky find a new hobby. This one is not for you.

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