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Temecula police officers are searching for a man accused of making suggestive, sexual remarks to two juvenile girls at different times on Sept. 30 at Temecula’s Wolf Valley park next to Luseno Elementary School, according to a Sheriff’s official.
The first girl entered the park at 3:20 p.m. and was immediately harassed by the man. She quickly left the park. The second girl entered the park and was shortly accosted by the man. She left the park frightened but swiftly, according to Sgt. Curt Harris.
The victims described the man as a Hispanic male adult who spoke English with a slight Spanish accent. He was estimated to be about 20 to 25 years of age and was approximately five-feet-ten with a thin build. He had short, dark, slicked-back hair, an acne-covered face, and a thin mustache and beard that ran along his jawline. He was wearing a gray and purple short-sleeved, striped shirt, dark pants and Vans sneakers, according to the official’s report.
This investigation is still ongoing. Anybody with information in this matter is encouraged to contact Sgt. Gaskins at the Temecula Police Department at 951-696-3000.