Palo Alto Police Search For Indecent Exposure Suspect That May Be Tied To 3 Other Flashing Incidents
Palo Alto police are investigating whether a report of man exposing himself to a 13-year-old girl in early August may be tied to three other recent flashing incidents, police said Sunday.
Palo Alto police are on high alert after a third incident this week in which a man exposed himself to a female victim.
Palo Alto police have released a suspect sketch after two young girls were the victims of indecent exposures about a half-mile apart earlier this week.
The Oakland Police Department advised the public Sunday to be aware of a flasher in the downtown area.
Police are looking for a man who exposed himself to a woman as she was walking her dog on Sunday evening, a police sergeant said.
San Mateo police released surveillance images Friday of a man who allegedly exposed himself to a 10-year-old girl and touched her inappropriately in a Barnes and Noble store in June.
A man has exposed himself to women on the Iron Horse Regional Trail in the Walnut Creek area six times since March, and police are warning trail users to be alert.
A man painted like an American flag was reported exposing himself to passing traffic near the Fruitridge Shopping Center around 6:30 p.m.
A man suspected of flashing his genitals at women in Sunnyvale was arrested Wednesday and booked into Santa Clara County jail, police said.