Hidden camera found in Hershey School by students

  • May 16, 2014

HERSHEY (AP) – An employee at the Milton Hershey School in central Pennsylvania was fired after a hidden video camera was found in the boys bathroom and police said a subsequent search uncovered several handguns.

Police were called Friday after students found a small digital camera in a bathroom and showers at the transitional living facility, a dorm-like setting for high school seniors.

The school said a male staff member was questioned and fired. The employee was not identified.

Derry Township police said a search of the employee’s apartment and found evidence related to the camera as well as three loaded handguns.

The Milton Hershey School is a free, private, co-ed boarding school for children from low-income families. It was established by Milton Hershey, founder of the Hershey Chocolate Co.


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