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College-aged man suspected of indecent exposure

TCU police issued a crime alert informing students of an off campus assault Sunday.

On Tuesday afternoon a female student reported to TCU police that she observed a white, college-aged male touching his exposed genitals while looking at her, according to an off-campus crime alert sent out by Detective Robert Rangel.

The incident occurred Monday evening at around 10 p.m., the female student said.

The man was “observed in the 3200 block of Greene Avenue, clandestinely looking into her bedroom window while touching his exposed genitals,” according to the crime alert.

The alert said the man fled the area after the resident was alerted by a neighbor.

The female student described the male as 19 to 23 years old with short brown hair and no facial hair and being average height and weight. He was also “wearing a white t-shirt with an unknown graphic on the front of the shirt,” according to the crime alert.

The offense is a Class B Misdemeanor of Indecent Exposure and was reported to the Fort Worth Police Department, which is investigating the crime.

TCU police are asking anyone who has information on the incident to contact Rangel at 817-257-7777.



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