PORTLAND, OR (CNN/KGW) -- An Oregon man is charged with using a using a camera, about the size of a pen, to spy on his co-worker as she used a breast pump.
He tried to hide his face but police say Russell Gordon can't hide from what they believe he's done. Sgt. Pete Simpson with Portland Police says, "There's no other suspect but this man, on video quite clearly setting this pen in the area."
Police say they caught Gordon red handed placing a camera in the shape of a pen on his 29-year-old coworker's desk. Simpson says, "It was set up in a way to show where she was sitting and what she was doing."
Capturing the most intimate of actions of his victim pumping in the privacy of her office. Gordon has worked for more than a decade at MB&G as the IT manager.
The victim noticed the out of place pen last Friday and quickly made the horrific discovery. Police won't say how long the pen had been there or how many videos were on it.
The company president says "We have all felt victimized. When the trust is gone, we're left shocked."
They're currently doing an electronics sweep of the entire building to see if there could be any other of these cameras.
Police still wonder if there could be more victims. Simpson says, "Somebody who's into filming people using a breast pump could be in to strange things. It rates pretty high on the odd scale."
Gordon has since been fired from the small company.