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Campus police issue warning about man exposing himself to women near BYU

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Posted at 3:52 PM, Dec 11, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-11 23:12:39-05

PROVO, Utah -- Campus police have sent out a warning regarding a man who has allegedly been exposing himself to females in the vicinity of the Brigham Young University campus.

According to an email from BYU Police Chief Larry Stott sent Friday, in the prior two days there have been three reports of a man exposing himself to females, and all incidents occurred just to the south of the school's campus.

The addresses of the reported incidents are 800 North and 500 East, 600 North and 500 East and the third is 600 North and 600 East. One incident occurred around 2 p.m. while the other two took place between 9 and 10 p.m.

The suspect in all three cases is described as being a white male in his 40s who has a large, brown beard. He is reportedly bald and has a heavy build, "with specifically a large paunch."

The man was wearing blue jeans and a gray shirt, and he was driving 90s-model passenger car with a Utah license plate that may have been either a Chevy Malibu or Cavalier. The car is silver or light-colored.

The release states: "BYU Police are encouraging women to travel with a companion when possible and to use extra care when walking or jogging. Please report any incidents or suspicious activity to University Police at 801-422-2222 or Provo Police at 801-852-6210."