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Police: Man installs 4 cameras inside unknowing woman's home

SALISBURY, Conn. (AP) Police in Connecticut say a man charged with installing four cameras inside a woman's home without her knowledge said he did it because he ``just wanted to know what she was doing.''

The Republican-American reports that 57-year-old Christopher Pelgrift, of Salisbury, was charged with burglary, stalking, breach of peace and voyeurism.

Police say he briefly hired the woman as a health coach and entered her home in Salisbury on Tuesday, placing cameras in the bathrooms and bedrooms. The woman noticed a camera and called police.

Police say Pelgrift inadvertently captured images of himself installing the cameras.

He posted $75,000 bond and was ordered to stay away from the woman.

Pelgrift says he has bipolar disorder and is a recovering substance abuser.


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