The San Diego County Sheriff's Department (SDSO) is searching for a man who exposed himself to a woman and inappropriately touched another in the North County coastal areas.
Now, they are asking for any additional victims to come forward.
"We're hoping that if anyone saw something or has experienced something similar or discounted it as 'oh that guy' and didn't think it was important, we want them to reach out to us because we take this very seriously," said SDSO Lt. Karen Stubkjaer.
According to SDSO, the first incident occurred on Sat., May 6 in the 4000 block of Vista De La Tierra in Solana Beach.
The suspect grabbed the woman's buttocks as she walked past him, Sheriff's Department said. The woman was able to run away.
She was not injured.
"That's pretty intense because there's a lot of people exercising around here. That's a scary event," said Solana Beach resident Rachel Finney.
The second incident occurred on Mon. May 8.
SDSO said the woman was jogging along the 17000 block of El Vuelo in Rancho Santa Fe when a white delivery van drove slowly past her and stopped. When she ran past the van, the driver stepped out of the van and exposed himself to her.
The woman was able to run across the street.
Homeowner Wendy Hill told NBC 7, she's keeping her smartphone close to snap pictures of anyone and anything that looks strange after a neighbor told her about what happened.
"There was an unmarked white van and a man was doing something that looked uncomfortable to watch," Hill said. "And there was a young girl who came running to the house over there and pounding on the door for help."
The same man is believed to be suspect in both incidents, Sheriff's Department said.
He is described to be between 20 to 30 years old, around 150 to 200 pounds, and approximately 5-feet 5-inches to 5-feet 8-inches in height. He had black hair and was clean shaven, according to SDSO.
They released an image of a van that was similar to the suspect's vehicle.
Any additional victims are asked to call the Sheriff's Sexual Assault Unit at (858)974-2316.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at (888)858-8477.