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Sept. 14: Indecent exposure incidents reported to CSUPD

At approximately 11:35 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, multiple individuals reported a male, described by witnesses as either white or Latinx, in his 20s, with short black hair and a mustache, parked in a dark gray four door sedan. The male was unclothed and masturbating. He was first observed in the parking lot at the corner of Plum and Shields Streets, then drove away and was later reported a short time later by another witness on the east side of the Westfall Hall parking lot. The suspect was last seen driving north on Shields Street.

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