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Suspect Photos Released in String of Indecent Exposure Cases

Two of the victims have been students at Anne Arundel Community College and police urge other victims to contact authorities.

One of two suspects in several indecent exposure cases in the Glen Burnie area. Credit: Anne Arundel County Police
One of two suspects in several indecent exposure cases in the Glen Burnie area. Credit: Anne Arundel County Police

Authorities are investigating at least five case of indecent exposure in Anne Arundel County this month, including one case where a woman was groped by a suspect.

A news release from the Anne Arundel County Police says that in each case the suspect exposed himself to women. Based on victims’ descriptions in the incidents, detectives say there may be two suspects involved.

Two of the victims were Anne Arundel Community College students in Glen Burnie, and authorities are asking that any other victims contact them.

The first case reported happened on Feb. 4. at 7446 B&A Blvd. when a suspect exposed himself in a lewd manner to the clerk at an area business, police said.

Two incidents were reported on Feb. 10. First, a suspect exposed to an Anne Arundel Community College student but investigators are still attempting to identify the victim in this case. Police received a call stating that the lewd act occurred. When they arrived, the victim was gone.

Later that evening a suspect grabbed a woman’s buttocks and then fled on foot from the Michael's Crafts Store at 16 Mountain Road.

Next, the suspect exposed himself to an Anne Arundel Community College student leaving the Glen Burnie Campus near B&A Blvd. on Feb. 12.

The most recent incident occurred at noon on Feb. 15 when the suspect exposed himself to a store customer at the Five and Below Store located at 6714 Ritchie Hwy. in Glen Burnie.

Witnesses have described one suspect as a white man between 30 and 40 years old, about 5’9” to 5’10. The second suspect is reportedly a white man between the ages of 45 and 50 wearing blue jeans and a blue windbreaker.

Officers have increased patrols in the area and are asking anyone who recognizes either of the men in the attached photographs to call Anne Arundel County Police at 410-222-6135. In addition, if anyone was a victim and has not reported it, they are asked to call police.

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