Police looking for man that stripped naked at apartment complex gym

San Marcos Police sent FOX 7 the following information...

San Marcos Police Department is asking for the community's assistance in locating a man suspected of three instances of indecent exposure at a San Marcos apartment complex, one instance involved a minor.

The first incident happened on April 27 around 9 p.m. at an apartment complex in the 300 block of Champions Boulevard.

A woman was in the workout room at the complex when a man entered and took off his shirt.  He worked on several machines and eventually removed all of his clothing except compression shorts.

The man tried several times to get the woman's attention and requested she turn the lights off.  The women began to feel uncomfortable and gathered her things to leave.  As she was leaving, she noticed the man was completely nude.  He put his shorts back on, followed her out, and apologized for ruining her workout.

The second incident took place on May 4 about 8 p.m.  A man attempted to enter the workout room, but the door was locked.  A woman and a teenage girl were inside and one opened the door to allow him to enter.

Once inside he removed his shirt and all other clothing except compression shorts.  He worked out on several machines, then removed his remaining clothing, requested that the women turn off the lights and got onto a treadmill.  Once the women realized the man was nude and acting inappropriately, they left the building.

The apartment management reported both incidents to the San Marcos Police Department on May 5 after they received a complaint through their corporate office.  The office was able to provide police with surveillance video.

Officers went door to door at the complex with still images of the suspect.  They were able to identify an addition victim and identified the suspect as 18-year-old Jaykob Andrew Ruiz (01/15/1998).

Warrants have been issued for Ruiz for indecent exposure and indecency with a child.  Anyone with information on his whereabouts, or anyone who may be a victim is urged to call San Marcos Detective Robert Elrod at 512.753.2132 or Hays County Crime Stoppers at 800-324-8477 or Citizen Observer at www.sanmarcostx.gov/citizenobserver.