Lexington Police Searching for Flasher

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 5/20/2013 11:16 pm
     Lexington Police are looking for a man who allegedly flashed a teenage girl last Saturday.

     According to the mother of the girl, she was walking near the intersection of Mark and Birch Avenues when a man began verbally harassing her then exposing himself to her.

    The mother says the man fled the scene on a black and gold mountain bike.

    Neighbors say the same man was seen watching young children by a park in the same neighborhood the following day.

   Others say they've seen the man before in the neighborhood, constantly verbally harassing any girls he comes across.

   The teenage girl described the man as in his early 20's, about five-foot-six with a medium build and a thin-line beard. She also says he was very tan, possibly even Latin American.


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