WMUR’S SIOBHAN LOPEZ IS LIVE NOW WITH WHY POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR THE PUBLIC’S HELP. IN ONE INCIDENT, POLICE SAY THE SUSPECT WAS IN A WOMEN’S BATHROOM FOR OVER AN HOUR … POLICE ARE RELEASING THE DATES AND TIMES SO THAT ANYONE WHO THINKS THEY COULD HAVE BEEN RECORDED WITHOUT THEM KNOWING CAN COME FORWARD. TRAVIS DEMERS IS FACING TWO MISDEMEANOR COUNTS OF INVASION OF PRIVACY … ACCUSED OF NOT ONLY SPYING ON … BUT ALSO RECORDING WOMEN IN WHAT SHOULD BE PRIVATE SITUATIONS AT SEVERAL BUSINESSES. ON JULY 27TH … A WOMAN REPORTED A MAN INSIDE THE WOMEN’S BATHROOM AT THE MALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE … POLICE WEREN’T ABLE TO TRACK THE SUSPECT DOWN … BUT DID IDENTIFY HIM AS 21 YEAR OLD DEMERS – BELIEVED TO BE IN THAT BATHROOM FROM 1 UNTIL 2:30 THAT AFTERNOON. JUST A FEW DAYS LATER … A WOMAN SAYS SHE WAS BEING RECORDED IN THE LADIES DRESSING ROOM AT SAVERS ON SOUTH MAPLE STREET …POLICE SAY SURVEILLANCE VIDEO ALSO POINTED TO DEMERS AS THE SUSPECT. THIS PAST FRIDAY AROUND 5:30 IN THE EVENING BACK AT THE MALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE … A WOMAN TOLD SECURITY SHE HAD JUST BEEN RECORDED IN THE BATHROOM. DEMERS WAS ARRESTED WITHOUT INCIDENT … THIS ISN’T HIS FIRST RUN IN WITH MANCHESTER POLICE, LAST JULY HE WAS ARRESTED FOLLOWING A STANDOFF ON PINEBROOK PLACE . AT THE TIME HE WAS CHARGED WITH RESISTING ARREST AND A WARRANT OUT OF CONCORD FOR CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT ROBBERY. THE MALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE DECLINED TO COMMENT. ANYONE WHO THINKS

Man accused of spying on women in restroom, dressing room

Travis Demers charged with violation of privacy

A Manchester man is facing two counts of violation of privacy after he was accused of recording women in the bathroom at the Mall of New Hampshire and inside a dressing room of another store.Travis Demers, 21, of Manchester, is charged with misdemeanor violation of privacy.In late July, a woman reported seeing a man reaching under a bathroom stall with a cellphone. He ran away, but police said surveillance video showed he had been in the bathroom for more than an hour. Police said they were also able to identify Demers in the video.A few days later, police received a report of a man taking pictures in the women’s dressing room at Savers on South Maple Street. Last week, police arrested Demers after he was allegedly found again in the women’s room at the Mall of New Hampshire.”Police want others that may have been at the Mall of New Hampshire back at the end of July, as well as Aug. 9, to give them a call if they think they may have gone into the stalls at the time that they believe that that man was in there,” said Manchester police spokeswoman Heather Hamel. “There could be more than just one or two victims.”Police said Demers was spotted in the mall from 1-2:30 p.m. on July 27 and before 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 9.Officials with the Mall of New Hampshire declined to comment.

MANCHESTER, N.H. —

A Manchester man is facing two counts of violation of privacy after he was accused of recording women in the bathroom at the Mall of New Hampshire and inside a dressing room of another store.

Travis Demers, 21, of Manchester, is charged with misdemeanor violation of privacy.

In late July, a woman reported seeing a man reaching under a bathroom stall with a cellphone. He ran away, but police said surveillance video showed he had been in the bathroom for more than an hour. Police said they were also able to identify Demers in the video.

A few days later, police received a report of a man taking pictures in the women’s dressing room at Savers on South Maple Street. Last week, police arrested Demers after he was allegedly found again in the women’s room at the Mall of New Hampshire.

“Police want others that may have been at the Mall of New Hampshire back at the end of July, as well as Aug. 9, to give them a call if they think they may have gone into the stalls at the time that they believe that that man was in there,” said Manchester police spokeswoman Heather Hamel. “There could be more than just one or two victims.”

Police said Demers was spotted in the mall from 1-2:30 p.m. on July 27 and before 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 9.

Officials with the Mall of New Hampshire declined to comment.