Crime Alert - Indecent Exposure at Chavez Circle
This bulletin is posted to advise you of an incident that concerns the safety of the University community. Please take all necessary precautions.
The University Police Department is investigating an alleged indecent exposure of a male to a female student while she was walking from class at Chavez Circle. The incident was reported on October 24 at 11:23 a.m. While seated in the driver's seat, the male suspect exposed his genitals to a female student as she passed by his vehicle.
Dark-skinned male, 30 years of age, unknown height or weight, with short, light, curly hair and brown eyes.
It is unknown if the suspect is a student at Cal State San Marcos.
Suspect vehicle is a silver or white four-door Mazda sedan.
If you have any information that might be helpful in this investigation, please contact University Police at (760) 750-4567. If you wish, you may report anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers (888) 580-8477.
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