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Man exposes himself to 13-year-old girl in Woodside, police say

June 26, Staff Report

The police are trying to locate a man who allegedly exposed his penis to a 13-year-old school girl in Woodside last month.
The suspect, who was walking with his bicycle in the vicinity of 51st Avenue and 72nd Place, approached the girl and exposed himself while she was walking to school at around 7:30 am Tuesday, May 30, according to police.
The girl walked away and the suspect got on his bicycle and fled.
The suspect is described as Hispanic, approximately 5’10” tall and was last seen wearing a black and white long-sleeve sweater, gray pants, brown boots and baseball hat.
The surveillance photos were captured in front of 72-01 51 Avenue.
Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS

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