Lewd and Lascivious Exposure Suspect Sought: Miami-Dade Police

The suspect has exposed himself to women between 20 and 30 years old on multiple occasions, police said

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    The suspect, who has exposed himself multiple times since March, is between 20 and 30 and is believed to drive a silver or gray Toyota Corolla or a similar vehicle, police said. A teenager who was one of his victims as well as mother Marlene Baker and teens William Bover and Kristy Wheeler spoke about the case.

    Miami-Dade Police say they’re looking for a suspect who has lewdly and lasciviously exposed himself to young girls and women between ages 20 and 30 multiple times since March.

    One teenager told NBC 6 South Florida about her run-in with the man.

    “When I looked down he had his pants down and he was showing his penis,” she said. “And then I told him ‘eeewww,’ and then I was like ‘why are you showing that?’ and he just drove away laughing.”

    The sporadic incidents have taken place during afternoon hours in the Hammocks neighborhood, in the areas of SW 72nd to SW 80th streets and SW 142nd to SW 154th avenues, according to police.

    The suspect is between 20 and 30 and is believed to drive a silver or gray Toyota Corolla or a similar vehicle, police said in a statement Thursday.

    He has short hair, may or may not have a goatee, and is possibly Hispanic, they said. Police are working off two suspect sketches that don't look much alike.

    The suspect also exposed himself to a 10-year-old girl riding her bike last month, police said.

    On Thursday detectives with Miami-Dade Police's Special Victims Bureau stood at the corner of SW 154th Avenue and SW 80th Street in the Hammocks and handed out flyers, asking residents to keep an eye out for the flasher.

    Marlene Baker called the case "very scary," explaining that she has two daughters.

    “I think it's sick, first of all," teen William Bover said. "A guy shouldn't be walking around barefoot naked and showing his stuff to little girls. That is not right."

    Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the perpetrator, and urge anyone with information on the case to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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