A Toronto man faces voyeurism charges after guests staying at his apartment told police they found hidden cameras inside it.

Ian Campbell

Ian Campbell allegedly invited friends to stay at his apartment while he was out of town and filmed them using hidden cameras. (Toronto Police)

According to police, two people had been invited to stay at a friend's apartment in the George Street and The Esplanade area while he was out of town. They noticed "a number of hidden cameras" and contacted police.

It's alleged that photographs and videos were taken of people who stayed in the apartment, including some taken in the washroom.

Ian Campbell is charged with four counts of voyeurism. He is due to appear in court on Tuesday.

The 61-year-old accused is an employee of the CBC.

"We are aware of the charges, take them very seriously and are taking the appropriate steps to deal with this matter," said Chuck Thompson, head of media relations at CBC English Services.

Police say there could be more alleged victims. Anyone with information is asked to contact investigators at 416-808-5100. Information can also be passed on anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 416-222-8477.

With files from The Canadian Press