Cops are on the lookout for a goon who they say managed to expose himself to three different underage girls within a three-block radius in Bensonhurst inside of 15 minutes.
Authorities report that the fast flasher struck for the first time at 7:25 am on March 17. The perv — described as a 30-something heavyset, pockmarked, bearded Hispanic — pulled his white Ford F-150 up to the corner of W. Ninth Street and Avenue O, where an 11-year-old girl was waiting for her school bus. After talking to the child for a few moments, the man bared his genitals to her, then fled.
The deviant dashed over to W. Seventh Street and Bay Parkway, where a 14-year-old girl said he stalked her into her friend’s apartment building at 7:30 am. Inside the front door, the girl reported he tried to talk to her for a few moments, before again pulling out his privates. The second victim fled into her friend’s pad, and the weirdo scrammed over to W. Sixth and 65th streets.
There, he pulled his truck up and intercepted a 13-year-old girl walking down the street. After again trying to strike up a conversation, the freak showed the minor his nether regions and then took off.
Cops ask that anyone with info call (800) 577–TIPS, submit the leads to www.nypdcr
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