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The Minneapolis Police department is investigating the discovery of recording devices in several rooms at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis.
The general manager of the hotel, it has been confirmed that a property-wide search has turned up no additional equipment in the immediate aftermath of the discovery.
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The electronic devices that were discovered by the students of the Madison Metropolitan School District in Wisconsin, according to KSTP. The district, in co-operation with the local police station for investigation.
It is a member of the faculty will have personal supervision of the trip is to be placed on a leave in the middle of the investigation, it is in the neighborhood of the protocol, school officials confirmed to KSTP.
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MPD police spokesman John Elder says that it is unclear as to what, if anything, the cameras caught before they were discovered.
“We have not gained any information from it yet,” he said in a statement released to the Star Tribune. “We are trying to find out what it is that we do have.”
An elder does not have to specify the number of rooms it contained, recording devices, except to say that it’s “not a lot”.
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The police do not believe the hotel staff would be responsible, in a sense, the sound was at the Hyatt, in a statement shared with Fox News:
“The safety and security of guests and co-workers is a top priority at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis. When the hotel learned about the situation, she immediately contacted the local authorities, and carried out a thorough of the whole of the building, looking for any unauthorized recording devices, and no devices were found. As confirmed by the local authorities in this period of time, it does not appear that anyone associated with the hotel, it is relevant to the current situation. The hotel will continue to fully cooperate with the local police department in their investigation. Any further questions can be directed to MPD.”
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A representative for Hyatt Corporate was not immediately available for further comment.