Lexington Police Searching For Flasher

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Updated: 5/20/2013 6:49 pm
Lexington Police are searching for a flasher after they said a man exposed himself to a teenage girl on the North side over the weekend. Police said this is the second incident in the area in a week.

Police said they arrested Phillip House last week, after they said he was seen in a white van exposing himself near the Legacy Trail. Police said House was still naked when they arrested him.

The second incident happened on Saturday when a teenage girl said a man jumped out from the bushes, and exposed himself on the corner of Mark and Birch Avenue. The girl said when she screamed the man took off on a mountain bike. Neighbors said that man was later seen at a nearby park watching small children.

The victim described the flasher as 5'6", medium build, with a think line beard, around 20-25 years old, and very tan.
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