Another day in Florida means another day for strange and unusual news, and this time the bizarre incident took place here on campus.
Around 10 a.m. on Feb. 18, a man “exposed” himself to a customer at the Barnes and Noble Bookstore on Sixth Avenue and Third Street South, according to the police crime alert bulletin.
The suspect was described as a short-haired, 30- to 40-year-old white male. He was seen wearing a blue or gray jumpsuit and sneakers. The bulletin said the jumpsuit may have had a Velcro closure.
Because the case remains under investigation, USF St. Petersburg police department was unable to give additional updates.
“We have received no other reports of any similar incidents in or around the campus, so we believe this to be an isolated incident at this time,” Police Chief David Hendry said. “Our main goal at the University Police Department is to ensure the safety of our campus community, so we encourage everyone to immediately report any suspicious incidents to UPD.”
If you have any information about this man or the incident, contact the University Police at 727-873-4140 or firstname.lastname@example.org .