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Panty-stealer left card with name and phone number on during kinky crime spree

A hotel worker has been arrested on suspicion of being a panty thief after several young women reported items of underwear being stolen while they were staying at Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort Hotel and Casino in Nevada.

When police arrived the girls told them six pairs of knickers had disappeared from their rooms and a note had been left saying “Text me if you want your panties back.”

The note also featured a hand-drawn heart. The phone number on the note was that of Trevor Savok, a hotel employee who had been told to clean the room which had been rented to a girls’ soccer team.

The hotel’s CCTV placed Savoy at the scene of the crime at about the time the pants were pinched, reports 8 News.

When hotel security personnel contacted Savok, he admitted to having taken a pair of Apple AirPods from the girls’ room but denied the underwear accusation.

The hotel security team then contacted Las Vegas police.

According to a police report, Savok had demanded nude photos from the girls as a “ransom” for the return of their items.

The girls’ ages have not been released.

Savok, of Fort Mohave, Arizona, was booked into the Clark County Detention Centre and has been charged with burglary, extortion, use or permitting a minor as subject of sex portrayal and child abuse or neglect.

Detectives believe these young women may not have been Savoy’s first victims and have launched an appeal for any other women who have stayed at the hotel to come forward.

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