NORTHRIDGE (CBSLA.com) — Cal State Northridge officials are looking for a second man suspected of trying to take videos or photos of a student on campus.

According to CSUN police, a man pointed a cellphone camera at two students Thursday at the Arbor Grill. When one of the students moved to a different bench, the man repositioned himself and kept pointing the camera at the students, police said.

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About 1 p.m. last Monday, a female student reported feeling something push on her ankle as she sat at a desk in Oviatt Library, police said. She looked under the desk and saw a man kneeling with a cellphone in his hand extended toward her. The same thing happened a short time later, and she saw the same man, police said.

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Campus police say the descriptions of the suspects in both incidents are similar, but in Thursday’s case, the suspect had a curved scar on the right side of his face.

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Anyone with information can call CSUN police at (818) 677-3826 or (818) 677-6919.

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