Thomasville police investigate three cases of indecent exposure

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THOMASVILLE, N.C. -- Police are investigating three cases of indecent exposure, at least two of which involved a man who allegedly exposed himself to a minor.

Thomasville police said three cases have recently been reported. Police said the first was reported March 24 and involved a man exposing himself to a minor in the area of Unity and Griffith streets.

Police said the suspect was seen driving a faded dark Honda car with scratches west on National Hwy. from Unity St. He is described as a white male in his 20s with a black ball cap.

The second case occurred on Friday, April 12, on Ball Park Road and involved the same suspect and vehicle description, according to police.

Police said the third and most recent case was reported Friday, April 17, 2015 at the intersection of East Guilford and Park streets.

The incidents have caused some who live nearby with small children to keep close watch.

"I can't believe somebody's doing something like that,” said Hollis Williamson who lives on Park Street and watches his grandson during the week.

"We have a lot of children here and they play all the time,” he said. “They're up and down my yard.”
“Think I'll be a little bit closer to them now."

Specific details in the cases have not been released, but police said they all involve indecent exposure.

Thomasville Police said they want to remind the public to be vigilant particularly in the areas were children may be getting off the school bus or near parks.

The investigations are ongoing. Anyone with any information can call Thomasville police at (336) 475-4260 or Thomasville Crime Stoppers at (336) 476-8477.

Thomasville police said the third and most recent case was reported Friday, April 17, 2015 at the intersection of East Guilford and Park streets.