Rosenberg Police Seek Public’s Assistance in Identifying Exposure Suspect

exposure-suspectThe Rosenberg Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in reference to indecent exposure involving students in Rosenberg.

Rosenberg Police have been notified regarding three separate incidents involving a subject exposing himself to students as they are on their way to school. The first incident occurred on Tuesday, April 28, the second on Thursday, April 30 and the latest incident on May 12. All three occurred in the morning hours between 7:00 am and 8:00 am.

The suspect is being accused of pulling alongside female students and asking for directions. During the course of the conversation, the students reported they noticed the suspect had exposed himself below the waist. The students immediately walked away and report the incident to either family or school personnel.

The suspect is described as an Hispanic Male, in his 30’s with long, shoulder length hair. The suspect vehicle is described a maroon or dark red pick-up truck, possibly a Ford or Dodge. The incidents have occurred in the morning hours with juvenile females walking to school or waiting at a bus stop.

The Rosenberg Police Department is working with Lamar Consolidated School District to educate students and parents about this situation. Anyone with information is encouraged to immediately contact the Rosenberg Police Department at 832-595-3700. Remember, never approach or talk to a stranger. Report suspicious persons or vehicles to a teacher or to police.