Alleged gym voyeur accused of taking photos of naked women

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David Cameron
RENTON, Wash. -- Police say a serial voyeur took pictures in women's locker rooms at two local fitness centers on Monday.

David Cameron was arrested Monday after he entered an L.A. Fitness in Renton and began snapping photos of women getting undressed in the locker room.

Just an hour earlier, police say Cameron entered a different L.A. Fitness facility -- this one in Tukwila -- and took pictures of women in the locker room.

Investigators say a woman confronted Cameron at the Tukwila facility, but he ran off before police arrived.

While staff at both businesses were quick to call the police, some members are still angry that they weren't told about the incidents.

"Nobody even mentioned in the class today that, 'hey, be careful because someone went into the girl's locker room and took pictures yesterday,'" said Sue Santos.

The bizarre crimes have sparked concern from female members at both gyms.

"I don't know if they need to have a security person in front of the women's and men's locker room, or if there's any extra protocol they can take to keep everybody safe," said Amy Adams.

Other members say they might find a new place to work out.

"If they don't protect us, there are other fitness centers out there," Santos said.

Cameron was booked into jail for investigation of voyeurism.

Officials from L.A. Fitness have not commented on the incidents.