RIO RANCHO (KRQE) - Police are looking for a man accused of exposing himself to an employee at a Smith's gas station in Rio Rancho.
UNM student Tori Graham says she's scared to go back to work knowing the man hasn't been caught.
Graham says she didn't think much about the customer until she realized he had been sitting in his truck for about 20 minutes after he pumped gas.
"When I turned around, I realized that basically his junk was out," Graham said. "I didn't really know how to handle it, so I just said hello and walked past him."
Rio Rancho Police are trying to identify him.
Thanks to the security cameras, they have a few clues.
"It almost looks like he's wearing scrubs," said officer Janet Garcia with the Rio Rancho Police Department. "We don't know if maybe he's in the medical field, the nursing field or even possibly a student within one of those fields."
He's facing possible charges for lewd or disorderly conduct.
Those who recognize him have been asked to submit the information on the crime reporting form on the Rio Rancho Police Department website.
Graham says she's worried that the man accused of exposing himself in broad daylight is capable of worse.
"I hope he at least serves some time. I'm worried that he might not because it might not be that serious of a crime," she said. "I hope something does happen to him and he learns his lesson from it."
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