Two incidents of indecent exposure reported by UAPD
The University of Arizona Police Department said they are investigating two separate reports of indecent exposure on the UA campus, according to a Clery notice emailed to students this afternoon.
The notice said that on June 10, a female student was walking in the Student Union Memorial Center when a man approached her asking for help. When she turned around, the man exposed himself through his pants zipper, according to the notice. The student described the suspect as a Hispanic in his late teens or early 20's, about 5’8” with short, dark hair, and wearing a red UA polo shirt, khaki shorts and large sunglasses.
On June 14, UAPD said another female student was walking in the Highland Tunnel area when a man approached her as described in the first incident. The student described the suspect as a Hispanic between 15 to 25 years old, between 5’6” and 6’ with short dark hair, and wearing a grey short-sleeve shirt, blue jeans and sunglasses.
It is unclear if the two cases are related.
UAPD is warning students to be careful of their surroundings and to call police immediately if something happens. In addition to physical characteristics and clothing, UAPD says to make mental notes of unusual or unique characteristics or mannerisms to help witness descriptions.
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