PHOENIX - Police arrested a man last month who spent "hours on end" in a Phoenix Walmart bathroom videotaping men and boys inside a stall, according to police documents.

Gordon Harold Nobriga, 50, was stopped Dec. 30 of last year at the border in El Paso, where Customs and Border Protection agents seized his phone. They found it was connected to a Google Photos account with "numerous" videos of men and boys using a public restroom, Phoenix PD documents show.

CBP contacted Homeland Security authorities in Phoenix after discovering he lived here. He was not arrested at that time.

Agents were able to identify the specific Walmart store used to film the video and found surveillance video of Nobriga going into the restroom, spending hours on end there. They have not released the location of the store to the public.

Two victims in the videos have been identified and interviewed, according to police, including a 14-year-old boy.

Nobriga, who is a flight attendant for American Airlines, was arrested as he exited a flight at Sky Harbor May 25.

He currently faces two counts of voyeurism, but could face more as the investigation continues. Nobriga said he did take the video but denied to police that he distributed it.

He has since been released from custody.

American Airlines released the following statement after Nobriga's arrest:

“We take this matter very seriously, and have been cooperating with law enforcement throughout their investigation. Since this case is a pending criminal matter, we must refer all questions to Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Phoenix.”