By CBSLA Staff

GLENDALE (CBSLA) — Police have arrested a Glendale barber on suspicion of inappropriately touching a male client, and are now asking for other potential victims to come forward.

(credit: Glendale Police Department)

Rey Domingo, 61, was arrested on April 1 after Glendale police say he admitted to inappropriately touching a client during a haircut.

READ MORE: Goldstein Investigates: Scammers Going Old School In Attempt To Defraud EDD

Police say a man had gone to an unidentified salon in the 100 block of South Artsakh Avenue on March 2 for a 5 p.m. appointment to get his hair cut by a barber he’d gone to for years. But on this occasion, the barber – identified by police as Domingo – offered to give him a massage for the first time, according to investigators. During the massage, police say the barber touched the client’s genitalia, even after explicitly being told not to.

READ MORE: Albino Dolphin Spotted Swimming With Pod Off Laguna Beach

The man reported to police that he pulled away, paid for his haircut, then left the salon. Police say a Glendale police detective who went to the salon to investigate the report obtained a confession from the suspect about the incident.

MORE NEWS: California Will Keep Mask Mandate In Place Until June 15

Glendale police say the investigation into Domingo is ongoing. Anyone with information or who believes they are a victim of sexual assault by Domingo can call the department’s Assaults Bureau at (818) 548-3106.