Pizza shop manager accused of secretly recording females in restroom

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TWINSBURG, Ohio -- The manager of a Twinsburg pizzeria is on the run after being accused of secretly recording people from inside a restroom at the business.

Twinsburg police say the suspect, Paul M. Strebler, 33, faces a charge of voyeurism and could face further charges in the case.

The man's wife called police May 7, and reported finding images and videos on her computer of young females undressing.  Police say the video was recorded from inside a restroom at Romeo's Pizza, 9637 Ravenna Road.

Her husband, Strebler, had served as store manager of the business for five years. The woman turned over a flash drive and SD card containing the images and video to police.

Detectives reviewed the images and recognized a potential victim. The 20-year-old, a current employee of the business, confirmed the images were of her. She also recognized another 17-year-old employee in one of the images.

romeosDetectives obtained a search warrant and seized three computers, personnel files and a surveillance system hard drive from the business. The Ohio Bureau of Investigation and Identification are currently analyzing the computers obtained in the investigation.

Police say Strebler texted his wife on Thursday and indicated he was leaving the state to possibly commit suicide. He is believed to be headed to the Grand Canyon area.

Tallmadge Police Department has issued a missing/endangered BOLO for Strebler. He's believed to be driving a silver 2008 Honda CRV with Ohio registration EXJ9480.

Anyone who sees or speaks to Strebler is asked to call their local law enforcement agency.

Anyone who believes she is a potential victim in the incident should call Twinsburg Police Department at 330-425-1234.

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