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Thousand Oaks Police Department
Wednesday October 23rd, 2019 :: 12:52 p.m. PDT


Public's Help Sought to Identify Suspect/Vehicle in Child Annoying Incident: Please View Footage/Photo Weblink #ThousandOaksPolice

Nature of Incident: Child Annoying Incident

Report Number: 19-165869

Location: 300 block of Avenida De Las Flores

Date & Time: October 21, 2019, at 2:20 p.m.

Unit(s) Responsible:
Thousand Oaks Police Department - School Resource Officer Unit

(S)uspects, (V)ictims, (P)arty, (D)ecedent City of Residence Age
(V) Juvenile Female Thousand Oaks 17
(S) Adult Male Unknown Unk.

On the afternoon of October 21, 2019, a female high school student reported that a male adult driving a white vehicle verbally contacted the student as she was walking in the area of the 300 block of Avenida De Las Flores. The driver pulled to the side of the road and asked if she wanted a ride. The male made a sexually obscene gesture with his hands and drove away. The student declined the offer and continued walking. The incident was reported to the Thousand Oaks Police Department. School resource officers and detectives are investigating this incident as a child annoying crime.

The vehicle is described as a sport utility vehicle. The driver did not exit his vehicle nor did he come into physical contact with the student. Patrol deputies canvassed the neighborhood and located video surveillance of the possible suspect vehicle.

Video footage and photos of the vehicle are available at . There is possible body damage to the top of the right front fender of the vehicle.

The Thousand Oaks Police Department would like to remind students to be aware of their surroundings and be alert for suspicious activity when walking to and from school. Students are encouraged to say something if they see something. When possible, it is recommended students walk with another person and report suspicious activity as soon as possible.

Conejo Valley Unified School District (VCUSD) officials are working together with the Thousand Oaks Police Department as the investigation continues. Anyone with any information about this incident is encouraged to contact Thousand Oaks Police Department School Resource Officer, Deputy Elson Molina, at (805) 371-8351.

Prepared by: Sergeant Dillan Alvarez

News Release Date: October 22, 2019

Media Follow-Up Contact:
Detective Timothy Lohman
(805) 947-8255

Approved by:
Captain Don Aguilar

Thousand Oaks Police Department
2101 E Olsen Rd
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Emergency: 9-1-1

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