Suspect in pizza shop restroom recordings found at Grand Canyon, 15 victims to date

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TWINSBURG, Ohio -- The pizza shop manager accused of secretly recording young females in the restroom at his business has been taken into custody.

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Police also said there is now a total of 15 potential victims in the case.

Paul M. Strebler, 33, faces at least one charge of voyeurism and could face further charges.

Police say they recovered in Strebler's home images and videos recorded from the inside of a restroom at Romeo's Pizza. Strebler has served as store manager at the business for five years.

As of Monday, detectives had identified two victims in the case. Authorities Monday had also issued a missing/endangered BOLO for Strebler, who was thought to be headed to the Grand Canyon area.

Tuesday, police said that he'd been located by the National Park Service in Arizona. He was reportedly found standing on the edge of the Abyss, a section of the Grand Canyon. Negotiators were called in and talked him off the ledge.

Strebler was taken to a local hospital for evaluation. He will later be transferred to the local jail to await extradition to Ohio.

Police say about 15 victims have come forward to date in the case.

An additional charge of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance has been filed against Strebler.

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