Man arrested, accused of filming up skirt of second woman at Lake Mary Home Depot

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — UPDATE 12/15/21: Bryan Barclay is now facing an additional charge of video voyeurism.

The sheriff’s office said the latest charge stems from a second woman who Barclay took video of at the Lake Mary Home Depot. He was arrested on Dec. 10.

ORIGINAL STORY: Deputies arrested a Deltona man after they said he was caught filming up the skirt of an undercover agent at a Lake Mary Home Depot on Monday.

Investigators said they organized the undercover operation after Lake Mary police said they’d received reports that a man, identified as Bryan Barclay, 37, had been frequenting the store and trying to film under women’s skirts and dresses.


On Monday, deputies sent an undercover agent into the store wearing a skirt. Deputies said Barclay noticed the agent and began to follow her around the store.

Deputies said they saw Barclay walk behind the agent while holding his cell phone as she bent over. They said he then squatted down low and appeared to use his cell phone to try to capture video or pictures under her dress without permission.

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As Barclay left the store, he was detained by investigators.

When investigators searched his phone, deputies said they found another video from the garden section of the store where he was behind another unknown female in a short skirt.

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Barclay is facing a charge of sex offense video voyeurism of someone aged 19 years or older. Deputies said Barclay bonded out of jail.

Anyone who thinks they may have had an inappropriate run in with Barclay is asked to call the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office at 407-665-6650.

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Sarah Wilson

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Sarah Wilson joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2018 as a digital producer after working as an award-winning newspaper reporter for nearly a decade in various communities across Central Florida.