Brea Police Seek Highway Flasher

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on June 16, 2014 · 0 comments

in Los Angeles, Orange County, Sexual Offenses

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Tustin criminal defense attorneyBrea Police are looking for a man who has exposed himself to three girls in the past month.

Investigators say it appears that the flasher is targeting the girls by stopping his vehicle near the curb at the intersection of Brea Boulevard and Imperial Highway and claiming to need directions. Each time, when the girls approached the car, he exposed himself to them.

There have been three such incidents since March, and all occurred within a half-mile of each other between the hours of 3:30 and 5p.m. The girls ran away when confronted by the flasher, who police describe as a white male between 20 to 40 years old. The most recent incident occurred on May 8.

Police are asking area parents to remind their children not to get near strange vehicles, even if the person is claiming to need help, says that they are looking for a lost pet, or offering them a reward or candy.

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