Police searching for man who exposed himself to two teenagers

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – San Diego police asked for the public's help Friday in
identifying a man who exposed himself to two Hoover High School students this
week.

The girls were walking westbound in the 3700 block of Orange Avenue
Wednesday afternoon when they passed the man as he sat in his pickup parked
along a curb, San Diego police Lt. Andra Brown said in a statement.

The man then drove past the girls and again parked along the curb, she
said.

As the girl walked by for the second time, they saw the man had his
pants undone and was exposing himself to them, according to the lieutenant.

“The girls expressed their disgust at his actions,” Brown said, adding
that the man responded by driving off southbound on 38th Street.

Police described him as a Hispanic man in his late 20s, around 5 feet 7
and 160 pounds, with a medium build. He has black hair and wore a dark hat and
dark pants, Brown said.

His pickup was described as a red 1990s standard-cab truck, with two
stickers in the rear window. Brown said one of the stickers depicted planet
Earth with words encircling it.

Anyone with information about the man was urged to call San Diego police
at (619) 516-3000 or San Diego County Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.

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