WINDHAM, N.H. — New Hampshire police say they’ve arrested a man accused of hacking into the Snapchat accounts of teenage girls.

Windham police say the victims told them their private photos were posted online while they thought they would have disappeared from the phone application. WMUR-TV reports a 21-year-old man hacked into the girls’ accounts and stole their private photos.

Police are not saying how the man allegedly got into the Snapchat accounts or what types of photos were stolen.

The suspect faces nine counts of identity fraud and seven counts of misuse of a computer or network.

Information from: WMUR-TV,

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