SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — San Diego Police are warning parents in the Carmel Valley area after a man reportedly exposed himself to students walking to school Tuesday.
Police say a man was in the passenger side of a parked car on Carmel Creek Road, and exposed and touched himself inappropriately with the car door open.
Some Carmel Valley Middle School students witnessed the man as they walked to school, according to CVMS Principal Vicki Kim.
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SDPD were called and are currently investigating the report. Increased patrols were around the school on Thursday morning as a precaution.
A description of the vehicle or man was not available, Kim said in a letter to parents, but advised students to be aware of their surroundings when walking to school.