Owner of Tutti Frutti yogurt shops arrested after camera found in restroom in Nashua

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Sep. 1—Nashua police arrested the franchise owner of multiple Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt shops in Massachusetts and New Hampshire after a hidden camera was found in a restroom at the Pheasant Lane Mall location.

Chanphanou Pou, 42, of Hudson, was arrested about 6:17 p.m. Wednesday and charged with three counts of violation of privacy, all Class A misdemeanors, according to a news release.

Police first received a report of a hidden recording device on July 23. An investigation determined that Pou "purposefully concealed a hidden recording device within the store's bathroom," the news release states.

The investigation continues and may involve multiple Tutti Frutti locations in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Each Class A misdemeanor is punishable by up to a year in jail, exclusive of fines, according to police. Chanphanou was released on $500 bail, pending his arraignment at the Nashua District Court on Oct. 3

Nashua police requests anyone with more information about this incident or any other involving Pou or Tutti Frutti locations to contact the department at 603-594-3500 or the Nashua Crime Line at 603-589-1665.