SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Authorities asked the public Thursday for help in identifying a man caught spying on a University Heights woman through a bathroom window last weekend as she took a shower at her apartment.
The peeping Tom put a chair next to an exterior wall at the victim's residence on Sunday so he could peer inside, according to San Diego police.
Seeing his face in the window, the woman yelled at him, prompting him to flee, SDPD public-affairs Lt. Andra Brown said.
The victim described the man as white or Hispanic and 30 to 40 years old, with a "small framed" face and a long nose, the lieutenant said. At the time of the crime, he was wearing a dark-colored knit cap.
Police asked anyone with information about the case to call San Diego County Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477. Tipsters may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.
A pothole here. A pothole there. The City of San Diego says it has seen a spike in reports of potholes due to recent winter storms.
Hundreds of San Diego State students are dancing the night away Friday as part of a 15-hour dance marathon which will end Saturday morning.
Skies across San Diego County are mostly clear and will stay that way through the early Saturday. This will result in another night of tumbling temps into early Saturday morning.
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In Otay Mesa, it’s the first week of construction of a steel wall for the secondary border barrier separating the United States from Mexico.
While some animals enjoy the cold temperatures and occasional snow, others do not. The San Diego Zoo makes sure all of the animals in its care that need to stay warm are kept nice and cozy. News 8's photojournalist Brian White shows us how they make it happen.