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Lexington Police Investigating Incidents of Indecent Exposure

Lexington police say there have been at least two incidents

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    Police Identify Indecent Exposure Suspect

    The first incident happened on Sept. 19 in the area of Clarke Street near Cary Library. The second happened on Oct. 1 at 7:12 a.m.

    (Published Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018)

    Police in Lexington, Massachusetts, are investigating at least two incidents of indecent exposure.

    The first incident happened on Sept. 19 in the area of Clarke Street near Cary Library. The second happened on Oct. 1 at 7:12 a.m. 

    Police say the suspect would call the person over to his vehicle and then expose himself as she walked up, before driving away laughing.

    Both victims were walking on the street to a bus and/or work.

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    The suspect's vehicle is described as a dark colored pickup truck.

    Officials say they have identified a suspect and are looking to see if there may have been any other unreported incidents with him.

    Anyone who may have had contact with the possible suspect in the sketch is asked to contact Det. Corrazini or Det. Caspe.

    Police say the suspect has not been aggressive and they do not believe the public is at risk.

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