Police: Auburn flasher also seen at middle school in Marcellus

Suspect at Driver Middle School

Police say a man who flashed high school students in Auburn was also caught on camera at a middle school in Marcellus.

Police say a suspect unlawfully entered Auburn High School on November 4th and exposed himself to a student. Now investigators say they've received information from the Marcellus Police Department that the same suspect also unlawfully entered Driver Middle School at approximately 5:30pm on the same day. At Driver, the suspect was confronted by maintenance staff and left the area. The Onondaga County Sheriff's Department was called to the school, but did not find the suspect.

Surveillance images from Driver show the suspect in both a dark gray hooded sweatshirt, and the lighter colored sweatshirt underneath. The lighter colored sweatshirt has a unique design on the front. In most of the images, the suspect's face is covered.

The suspect left Auburn high School in a dark colored, four-door car.

Auburn Police officers say they are working on a few leads. They're hoping this extra information will help catch the suspect. If you know anything regarding the investigation or the suspect's identity there are several numbers you can call:

Marcellus Police Department: 673-2079Marcellus School District: 673-6200Auburn Police Department: 253-3231

Click here to see video clips of the suspect inside Driver Middle School. Scroll down to the bottom of the list.