September 18, 2013 at 8:59 PM
Police report 2nd indecent exposure outside W. Seattle Catholic school
For the second time in less than last two weeks, a man exposed himself to students outside Holy Rosary School in West Seattle this morning, according to Seattle police.
In today’s incident, three 14-year-old girls initially saw a man parked on 41st Avenue Southwest holding a cellphone in a way that suggested he was taking pictures or videotaping them, according to a police report.
The students thought that was weird, so they moved to another part of the schoolyard. When he then moved his car to get closer to the girls, they saw the driver’s side door open, revealing him to be naked from the waist down, the report said. The three ran to tell the recess monitor, and the man drove off westbound on Southwest Dakota Street, according to the report.
On Sept. 9, a man in a white van called a trio of 9-year-olds over to his car, where they saw him sitting naked in the front seat. They also ran away to tell a teacher as the suspect drove off.
Anyone with information about either incident is asked to call 911 or the Seattle Police Sexual Assault Unit at 206-684-5575 to report it. Anonymous tips are welcome.
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