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Sketch Released of Lincoln Park Flasher

Man exposed himself to at least three people since August, police say



    Sketch Released of Lincoln Park Flasher

    A police sketch was released Thursday of a man who exposed himself to two teenaged girls in the Lincoln Park neighborhood about two weeks ago.

    Two 13-year-old girls said a man approached them at about 4:40 p.m. on Nov. 4 and dropped his pants, exposing his genitals, according to an alert from Belmont Area detectives.

    The man then crossed the street and fled on a small red motorcycle or scooter, the alert said.

    One of the girls told police the same man approached her in the same manner two months earlier, on Aug. 16, when she was on the 2000 block of North Larrabee Street.

    Another victim said she was walking home along the 2000 block of North Lincoln Avenue on Nov. 8 when she saw the same man with his pants down, exposing himself to her, the alert said.

    The man is described as white or white Hispanic with a medium complexion. He's between the ages of 25 and 35 and stands between 5 feet, 6 inches and 5 feet, 9 inches tall, police said. The description said the flasher weighs between 130 and 180 pounds and has short black hair. He was twice seen twice wearing a red baseball cap and jeans.

    Anyone with information should contact Belmont Area detectives at 312-744-8200.