Police on the lookout for man loitering near schools in Carmel Valley

At approximately 3:45 p.m. on Oct. 12, an unknown man was observed on an access road on the Torrey Pines High School campus. He matched the description of the person who has been loitering near Canyon Crest Academy recently. When he saw school officials, he drove off the campus and headed west on Del Mar Heights. Police were summoned and were looking for him in the area.

He is driving a silver Toyota sedan. He has a light complexion, thin build, and his most distinguishing characteristic is a dark, handlebar mustache.

SDPD Officer Adrian Lee said the police department is investigating these incidents and has increased its patrols around all of the schools in the community. Local schools are also working with the San Diego Police Department on this issue.

If anyone sees this individual they are advised to contact the San Diego Police Department at (858) 523-7000.

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