Police arrested him Wednesday morning after someone called 911.
A 25-year-old lifeguard was arrested on suspicion of voyeurism after investigators say he taped a cellphone to the wall of a women’s staff locker room at a Redmond pool, authorities said.
Police arrested him shortly before 6:40 a.m. Wednesday after someone called 911 from the pool, at 1755 N.E. 104th St., city officials said in a news release.
He has been suspended from employment at the pool, pending an investigation, the release says.
Investigators searched the entire facility for other devices and found none, the release says.
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The Seattle Times is not naming the man because he has not been charged. According to King County prosecutor’s spokesman Dan Donohoe, investigators have not referred the case to prosecutors.
A representative of the man’s employer could not immediately be reached.