September 30, 2010 18:39Attachment: VIEW FILES
Please see the attached composite drawing of the suspect in the Hosford School incidents. There have been no additional reports regarding this individual. Portland Police are asking for the public's help in identifying and locating this individual. Anyone with information regarding this subject is asked to call Officer Hays at 503 823-4800
***Original Message Below***
Additional information has been received that this same suspect was near Hosford Middle School yesterday as well and tried to contact a middle school age female who reported it to the school this morning. One of the girls from this morning also reports that the suspect got out of his vehicle and followed her on foot.
Officers from Portland Police are providing extra patrols in the area to locate the suspect.
###ORIGINAL MESSAGE BELOW###
This morning, Monday September 27, 2010 between 8:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m., a subject was observed openly masturbating in his vehicle parked near Southeast 26th Avenue and Grant Street in view of the public. Four female students from Hosford Middle School walked past his vehicle on their way to school and he soon started his car, followed them for about a block and pulled over next to them as if to make contact with them while still masturbating.
The suspect contacted a different female student a few minutes later in the same area, telling her he liked her shirt. The suspect was seen by a school staff member several minutes later on the opposite side of the school, driving very slowly past the school near Southeast 28th Place and Grant Street.
The suspect is described as a male Hispanic, late 20's to late 30's, about 5'2 and 150 pounds, with very short dark hair (head almost shaved), mustache and goatee, wearing a light colored shirt and dark pants or jeans.
The vehicle is described as an older model white 4-door smaller car, possibly a Pontiac, with a dent on one of the front fenders, possibly black wheels and black bumpers, with black scratches on the rear passenger side fender.
Anyone with information about this suspect is encouraged to call 9-1-1.
Attachment: VIEW FILES
Sgt. Pete Simpson