Sweetwater County authorities as asking for the public's help in identifying photos allegedly taken by a Green River man who is accused of secretly filming women in Sweetwater and possibly Uinta counties.

28-year-old Ryan Flaten already faces 16 counts of felony-grade voyeurism. Flaten was originally arrested in November after a ''GoPro" video camera was found in the public restroom of the Maverik Country store in Lyman.

Investigators say a search of his home turned up more video recording equipment and video footage of locations in Sweetwater County. According to a spokesman for the Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office, further investigation linked Flaten to video cameras hidden in the changing room at Solvay Chemicals west of Green River, the Rock Springs Goodwill Store and to video footage of women inside several Green River homes.

The sheriff's office has now released nine more photos believed to have been taken through the windows of homes in Sweetwater and/or Uinta counties. The photos are still taken from video footage, and while they are of poor quality, investigators are hoping someone will recognize them.

Anyone with information on the case is being asked to call Sgt. Fischer with the Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department at (307) 875-1400.