The Toronto Police announced Tuesday that they are seeking additional victims in Ottawa and Vancouver after laying additional charges of voyeurism against Jonathan Wong, 50, of Toronto.
The police had initially laid a voyeurism charge against Wong following an investigation in April, 2021.
Wong allegedly contacted a 25-year-old woman, who is a model, through social media requesting a photoshoot. The woman attended the photographer’s residential basement address in the company of a friend.
During the photoshoot, she changed in a room into another outfit, the Toronto Police said, adding that upon conclusion of the photoshoot, the woman returned to the change room to discover an electronic recording device recording her.
The Toronto Police also added that the investigators laid five additional charges of voyeurism against Wong after executing a search warrant on a home in Toronto, and seizing electronic and computer equipment.
There are multiple victims, who may be in Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver, who have not yet been identified, the Toronto Police said.
The victims are predominantly women but also include men who did not know they were recorded while changing their outfits and while using the washroom.
Many of these meetings/photoshoots occurred between 2018 to 2021 at Wong’s residence or a rented hotel room.
Investigators are urging any person who had a photoshoot with the accused, or believe they may be a victim, to contact police. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-4200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477)