Po­lice iden­tify male sus­pect in in­de­cent act case

Windsor Star - - CITY+REGION - DALSON CHEN dchen@post­media.com

Wind­sor po­lice be­lieve they know the iden­tity of the male who per­formed an in­de­cent act in front of a lone fe­male em­ployee at a Sub­way restau­rant last month.

But as of Mon­day af­ter­noon, the sus­pect had yet to be lo­cated and ar­rested. The in­ci­dent hap­pened on March 28 around 9:30 p.m. in the Sub­way restau­rant at 2224 Walker Rd. A se­cu­rity cam­era recorded a male loi­ter­ing in the busi­ness for al­most an hour be­fore the in­ci­dent oc­curred.

Po­lice have since re­moved images of the sus­pect from their news re­leases and so­cial me­dia ac­counts. But mem­bers of the pub­lic — in­clud­ing the Sub­way em­ployee — have been post­ing about the in­ci­dent on­line. Ac­cord­ing to the em­ployee, a man en­tered the restau­rant around 8:30 p.m. and asked if his cell­phone could be charged. The em­ployee granted the re­quest. The man pro­ceeded to sit and wait in the din­ing area. Even­tu­ally, he re­trieved his cell­phone — with his gen­i­tals vis­i­ble. The sus­pect al­legedly ejac­u­lated on the floor and ut­tered ob­scen­i­ties at the em­ployee, then walked out.

The vic­tim — a 21-year-old woman who did not want her name pub­lished — said she was shaken by the in­ci­dent, but will not let it de­feat her. She thanked Wind­sor po­lice and the com­mu­nity for their ef­forts in the case.

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