OCEANSIDE (CNS) - Authorities asked the public Friday for help in finding a man suspected of groping women on Oceanside roadsides over the last several weeks.
Zachary Alcantara, 21, has allegedly accosted and fondled female pedestrians on three occasions in residential areas near Oceanside police headquarters since late last month.
The two most recent assaults occurred in the area of Fredericks Avenue and Los Arbolitos Boulevard, and the first happened Sept. 30 in a parking lot outside a Target store, Lt. Leonard Mata said.
Alcantara, an Oceanside resident, is a thin, 5-foot-10-inch Latino with brown eyes and brown hair. He is believed to drive a silver-and-white 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser, California license number 6EFA973.
Anyone with information on Alcantara's whereabouts was asked to call Oceanside police at (760) 435-4900.
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