Wake Forest University Police received a report of indecent exposure at an off-campus location and is asking the community to be aware of the description of the suspect and his vehicle.
The incident occurred in a parking lot of Reynolda Village (map). No arrest was made. The man was described as a white male with white hair, about 70 years old, weighing 210-230 pounds and between 5-feet-10-inches and 6-feet tall. He was wearing a gray t-shirt and light-colored shorts, and he was driving a white 1999 Dodge Dakota pickup truck with a spare tire visible on the right side of the truck bed.
If you have any information that might be helpful in this investigation, contact the University Police at (336) 758-5911. If you wish to provide information anonymously, do so through “Silent Witness.”
Always be aware of your surroundings and watch out for one another. If you feel uneasy or unsafe, go to a safe location and call a friend or the police at 911. University Police offers a safe escort service on campus that is available 24 hours at 336-758-5911.
- The Wake Safe mobile app is free and makes it easy to engage with the Wake Forest University Police Department. With Wake Safe, you can use your cell phone as a personal security device that allows direct access to police, 911 emergency services, emergency, location sharing, social escape, and a peer-to-peer Friend Walk tool. Wake Alert emergency and safety messages are also shared on Wake Safe. Be sure to activate notifications.
Emergency call boxes
- The University has added and upgraded Blue Light Emergency call boxes (also known as DEACStations) throughout campus. The DEACStations have 360-degree camera views. When the emergency button is pressed, University police are immediately alerted. A map with locations for Blue Light call boxes can be found here.