Hidden Camera Found in Ceiling Vent of Wrigleyville Bedroom - NBC Chicago

Hidden Camera Found in Ceiling Vent of Wrigleyville Bedroom

Residential property is owned by Patrick J. Cunningham, who also owns the Chicago Athletic Clubs, records show

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    Hidden Camera Found in Ceiling Vent of Wrigleyville Bedroom

    A woman said she found a camera hidden in a ceiling vent of a home in this apartment building on the 1100 block of West Eddy Street. NBC Chicago's Christian Farr reports. (Published Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015)

    A camera that was hidden in a ceiling vent in a residential property owned by a Chicago-area businessman was removed by police Monday and taken into evidence.

    The Chicago Police Department said officers were called to the building, on the 1100 block of West Eddy Street, on Monday afternoon after a woman reported finding the camera in her bedroom.

    The building houses three condominiums, all of which are owned by Patrick J. Cunningham, city records show. Cunningham owns a number of properties and businesses and is involved with the Chicago Athletic Clubs.

    It wasn't clear by Tuesday afternoon which unit contained the hidden camera, but Cunningham purchased the three units throughout 2013. Records show he first purchased Unit 3 in June, followed by Unit 1 in July and Unit 2 in September of that year.

    All of the purchases were made from separate owners, and it wasn't immediately clear if those previous owners were now tenants.

    NBC Chicago has reached out to Cunningham for comment.

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