Police: Hidden cameras found in both company, RecPlex locker rooms

CREATED Apr 17, 2014 - UPDATED: Apr 18, 2014

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Pleasant Prairie Police say they have found hidden video cameras in women's locker rooms at both a workplace and an athletic center in that village.

Melissa Wenckebach, 27, and Karl Landt, 36, face 11 charges already after camera discoveries at the RecPlex in Pleasant Prairie.

Now, they say they have found hidden video cameras at Landt and Wenckebach's workplace, Uline in Pleasant Prairie.

Additionally, Landt allegedly had child pornography on his computer that was not connected to the RecPlex video.

According to police, the investigation into the case could last several months due to the dozens of videos police have found in their case.

Wenckebach and Landt each face up to 38.5 years in prison if convicted of every charge so far.  A statement from Uline says both of them have been fired.

Uline employees who may have information, or those who believe an image or video of them may have been captured in the women's locker room, can call Pleasant Prairie Police at 262-948-8910 or e-mail PoliceHotline@PIPrairie.com.