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February 08, 2018 11:10 AM

Canandaigua Police are now saying a camera found in a bathroom at a local hospital was hidden in a power outlet but it did not have a memory card.

According to the Messenger Post, police said there were not any pictures or videos saved on the camera itself after it was found in a unisex bathroom at Thompson Hospital in Canandaigua last month.[br_tc]Where is that memory card now? Who has it? Is there a chance there was never a card in the camera at all? These are all questions police are trying to answer.

Hospital officials said both employees and patients may have used it during the time in question.

Canandaigua Police Chief Stephen Hedworth said it is a single-use restroom and not one located off a main lobby.

No other hidden devices have been found at the hospital.

The police chief said the camera is a generic brand that you can buy just about anywhere and it also does not have a singular serial number.

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