Pizza Shop Manager on the Run After Being Accused of Recording Women in the Restroom

The manager’s wife contacted police after she found images and footage from the women’s restroom

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One of the victims was a 17-year-old employee of the pizzeria. 

Paul M. Strebler, the 33-year-old manager of a pizzeria in Twinsburg, Ohio, has left the state and is considered on the run after facing accusations of secretly recording women who were in the restroom.

It was Strebler’s wife who contacted authorities after she reportedly discovered images and even video footage of young women in the restroom of Romeo’s Pizza, where her husband was the manager. The police are now in possession of a flash drive and an SD card containing the images and videos.

Police later collected personnel files, three computers, and the surveillance system hard drive from Romeo’s Pizza.

A 20-year-old female employee of the pizzeria whom authorities recognized in the images has confirmed that the pictures were of her, as well as another employee who was 17 years old.

Last Thursday, Strebler texted his wife to let her know that he was leaving the state and was contemplating ending his life. Police are on the lookout for Strebler, who is driving a silver 2008 Honda CRV with Ohio registration EXJ9480.

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