Police seek maintenance man for illegal filming

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Adnan Dzubur, 35.
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FAIRFAX, VA -- Fairfax County Police are asking the public's help in finding a Virginia maintenance man who they said tried to film a woman in her bathroom.

Police said Adnan Dzubur, 35, is wanted for unlawful filming.

Police allege that on July 11, a 23-year-old woman lost power to her apartment unit in the 12700 block of Fair Lakes Circle in Fairfax, Va. She called Dzubur, who was a maintenance man at the apartment, to fix it.

Dzubur restored power, but as he left, police said he told the woman that he left a monitoring device in the bathroom. The woman found this suspicious and contacted police, who determined that the "monitoring device" was a motion-activated camera.

Police obtained a warrant for his arrest and the apartment complex terminated his employment when they were made aware of the allegations.

Police add there is a possibility that Dzubur has left the country.

They ask that anyone with information about this or a similar incident involving Dzubur to contact police at 703-591-0585 or 703-691-2131.

Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Solvers or by texting “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES (274637).

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