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Police looking for Langley City flasher

A police sketch has been created in hopes of identifying a man believed to have flashed young girls twice in December. - RCMP
A police sketch has been created in hopes of identifying a man believed to have flashed young girls twice in December.
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Langley RCMP is seeking the assistance of the public to identify a man who exposed himself to two young girls in the 20300 block of 54 Avenue shortly before Christmas break.

Two 11-year-old girls were walking home from school when they passed a man leaning on a car smoking a cigarette.

When the man saw the girls he turned towards them, pulled his pants down, exposing himself.

The girls ran and the man did not follow, said police.

Days later, in the same area, the girls again came across the man and he again exposed himself to them. Again the girls ran away.  The day after the second incident one of the girls told her mom about it and police were called.

Each of the young girls worked with police and came up with  composite sketches of the suspect who may be associated to an older red four door vehicle.

The suspect is described at 5'5" tall, possible Asian, 35 to 40-years-old, dark, spiked hair, wearing a grey puffy jacket.

Police are asking the public to study the composites and if you have any information that would assist with this investigation, call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200. Should you need to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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