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Oakley Park, New South Wales: Man accused of installing hidden cameras in a bedroom and allegedly filming a woman without her consent

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A man has been charged after he allegedly filmed a woman using hidden cameras without her consent during an intimate act at a property in Lithgow, New South Wales (hidden camera file image)

A man has been charged after he allegedly filmed a woman using hidden cameras without her consent during intimate acts at a property in Lithgow, New South Wales.

Following the 42-year-old’s arrest on Friday for allegedly supplying methamphetamine, Raptor Squad officers searched a home on Bells Road in Oakley Park.

During this search, police found and confiscated an electronic device in a creek behind the property.

The man was charged with intentionally recording intimate images without consent, dealing in criminal proceeds of less than $1,000,000 and supplying prohibited drugs.

He was refused bail to appear at Dubbo Local Court on Saturday.

A man has been charged after he allegedly filmed a woman using hidden cameras without her consent during an intimate act at a property in Lithgow, New South Wales (hidden camera file image)

Raptor Squad officers searched a house on Bells Road (pictured) in Oakley Park, New South Wales.

Raptor Squad officers searched a house on Bells Road (pictured) in Oakley Park, New South Wales.

Police will allege in court that the man had installed several hidden cameras in a bedroom at the Lithgow property to film women without their consent during intimate acts.

The man was taken to Lithgow Hospital for precautionary reasons before being transferred to the local police station.

The investigations continue.

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