Santa Ana Police In Search of Man Who Broke Into Home And Exposed Himself

The Santa Ana Police Department is looking for a suspect that broke into a young woman's home and exposed himself on Tuesday.

It happened around 1:30 a.m. at an apartment in the 2300 block of West Edinger Avenue, according to reports.

The man is seen breaking into the apartment through a sliding glass door, and then making his way into the victim's room.

The 15-year-old girl, who wants to remain unidentified, said she woke up to a feeling that someone was staring at her. That's when she opened her eyes and found a stranger standing in front of her.

"He asked me if I wanted it -- if I wanted to see his... yeah. And then he showed me his private area, and that's when I got scared and I just yelled at my dad two times. And then he told me to be quiet, but I didn't listen obviously, so I just kept yelling for my dad," she said.

The girl described the man as 20- to 25-years-old with a thin build and medium complexion. According to the video, he was last seen running out of the house holding up his pants.

"I was just crying and shaking and I couldn't talk that day," she said. "I was scared to fall asleep and to see him in front of me again."

If anyone has any information, they are encouraged to call the Santa Ana Police Department or Detective M. Lopez at 714-245-8542.

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