Two male BYU-Idaho students broke into a female student’s apartment Friday night, leaving “obscene images” on the bathroom mirror.
Rexburg Police Captain Randy Lewis told the Rexburg Standard Journal that the two unarmed men entered the apartment while the woman slept and rearranged her furniture.
Lewis said the images on the bathroom mirror featured male genitalia with the message “Open for business.”
“The girl and her parents reported the incident on Tuesday (Oct. 18),” according to the Standard Journal. “They gave the police names of two 20-something men, but declined to press charges. Instead the family planned to report the incident to BYU-I Student Life.”
Lewis told the Standard Journal that if the family of the female student change their minds about involving police, the men could face misdemeanor charges for malicious injury to property if anything was damaged, along with unlawful entry.
“Unlocked doors prove an ever-increasing problem in the community where people refuse to believe that they could become a victim in such a normally trustworthy tranquil town,” according to the Standard Journal.
Lewis said that this is not the first time an incident like this has happened, nor will it be the last time.