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Cool Breeze Ice Cream Parlor in Vineland was closed Friday, a day after the owner was arrested on charged he secretly video recorded female employees in the changing room, police said.

VINELAND — The owner of the Cool Breeze Ice Cream Parlor was arrested Thursday on accusations he secretly videorecorded female employees in the changing room, police said.

The store was closed Friday.

Larry Bostic, 65, who owns the store on West Landis Avenue, was charged with five counts each of child endangerment and invasion of privacy after police executed a search warrant on the place.

Police found a small camera during the store search “surreptitiously placed inside the employee changing room,” according to a police statement.

The camera was connected to a monitor and recorder in Bostic’s locked office, police said.

The victims identified were all juvenile girls, police said.

Bostic was being held at the Cumberland County jail.

Police first received information about the case June 19, police said.

Detective Charles Mackafee is leading the police investigation.

Anyone with information about the case or who feels they might be a victim is asked to call police at 856-691-4111, ext. 4181, anonymously call Vineland Crime Stoppers at 856-691-0345 or text Crime Tips to 847411 (VPDTIP).

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