BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A 46-year-old special education teacher is accused recording female students while they changed clothes.

Christopher R. Clark has been charged with prurient intent.

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Authorities found that Clark, a special education teacher at Milford Mill Academy, left his cell phone recording in a room used by female students to change.

Police say one of the students saw the phone and took it to another teacher.

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The investigation also found at least one other time that Clark recorded students changing clothes.

Mychael Dickerson, spokesman for Baltimore County Public Schools, released the following statement:

“The safety of our more than 112,000 students is the top priority for Baltimore County Public schools. Once Milford Mill Academy administrators became aware of the alleged incident they took immediate and appropriate action. We continue to work with law enforcement and because this is an ongoing investigation and personnel matter we cannot provide any additional comment.”

Further investigation into Clark is ongoing. Anyone with additional information is asked to call police at (410) 307-2020.

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