For now David Giba is being held without bond charged with breaking and entering and indecent exposure, according to police. He is expected to be arraigned on those charges Friday.
Giba, said to be in his 40s, is alleged to be the man recorded on a business surveillance system walking around partially clothed. KRQE News 13 broadcast photos from the business, first with the face obscured at the request of police, and then today with his face visible.
Police said they received several calls about the identity of the man in the photos.
Giba works in a law firm in Santa Fe, possibly as a receptionist, and that's where he was arrested late this morning. At this point he has not been charged with any of the seven attacks on women.
“We are not prepared to call him a suspect at this point,” Capt. Gary Johnson of the Santa Fe Police Department said. “However he is a strong person of interest, and we are going to compare him to these other assaults and see if we develop any other information."
Police are hoping to compare Giba’s DNA with DNA collected at crime scenes.
In addition Johnson said Giba is believed to be a registered sex offender in Oregon although requirements in Oregon don't meet guidelines for registration in New Mexico.