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FOUNTAIN VALLEY (CBSLA.com) — An assistant track coach at a parochial high school has been accused of recording women who were changing clothes at a Fountain Valley thrift shop.

Scott Ruvolo, 56, of Victorville, was arrested at the Salvation Army Thrift Store at 16119 Brookhurst Street, according to police.

Authorities said Ruvolo, who worked at Calvary Chapel High School in Santa Ana, recorded three females dressing just before he was taken into custody.

The suspect’s phone also allegedly had video from June and July of women walking around in a Target store and a Starbucks.

Anyone with more information about Ruvolo was asked to call (714) 593-4480.

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