UK Issues Warning About Flasher

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Updated: 5/31/2013 5:57 pm
University of Kentucky Officials are warning students about a flasher who was seen on campus.

Campus Police said a man exposed himself to a woman on the sixth floor of the Patterson Office Tower Thursday afternoon. The university issued a safety alert to students. Earlier in May, police arrested a suspect connected to previous flashing cases.

The flashing suspect is described as an African American man in his early 20's, 5'9" tall, and 169 pounds. The man is said to have been wearing a blue Polo shirt and green baggy pants.

Police said they are increasing patrols in the area.
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