Milpitas police are searching for a man who reportedly was walking around Augustine Park with his genitals exposed about 4:30 p.m. on July 20 while children were present.
“We made contact with two juveniles at the park who said they saw the male walking around with his genitalia exposed and his hands in his pants and then when they challenged him about his pants being open he took off running and was last seen getting into a four-door dark sedan,” Milpitas police Sgt. Mathew Miller said Friday .
He said the minors managed to get photos and video of the man running away and of the car he drove off in. They did not get an image of the car’s license plate, he said.
Miller said the minors described the man as Middle Eastern, 29 or 30 years old, 5-foot-10 to 5-foot-11 inches tall with brown hair and a beard, wearing an orange shirt and green pants.
Miller said police would reach out to other law enforcement agencies with the photos and description to see if they could help identify him or had “similar contacts with this individual.”
Miller encouraged residents who see a man behaving in a similar manner to report him to police right away.
“More often than not if they are doing it in the park, he might go elsewhere so we would like to prevent that from happening,” Miller said.
Although he could not cite how many indecent exposure calls the police department gets, he said they’re rare.
Source:: The Mercury News