Just before noon on Monday, November 9, an indecent-exposure incident occurred at the San Diego State campus. According to reports, a man who had yellow teeth and a strong musky smell followed a student to a rehearsal room in the basement of the Music building where the crime took place.
A crime alert issued by SDSU police stated, “After a short conversation, the victim willingly walked with the subject to the SDSU Music building. There, the suspect and the victim continued talking and after several minutes, the suspect exposed his genitals to the victim.” The alert noted that the victim was not touched or harmed during the incident.
The perpetrator was described as a white male, 5’5” tall, 35 to 40 years of age, balding, with thin blonde hair. He was seen wearing a black, long-sleeved, button-up shirt over a black T-shirt with silver “Del Mar” lettering, and black pants.
In a separate incident at the Music building, just before 1:00 p.m., two suspicious-looking men were seen and reported by a student practicing in a rehearsal room with limited access. According to a police incident report, property had been stolen from the room in the past, and the student believed that the two men did not belong there.
One of the men was described as heavy-set, tall, 40 to 50 years of age, black hair with a goatee, and wearing a baseball cap. Based on the description of the second suspect, police believe he might be the man reported in the indecent-exposure incident that occurred earlier that day.
Neither one of the suspects were located by police. A university-wide crime alert was issued at 3:45 p.m. regarding the indecent-exposure incident.