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Roanoke County Police search for indecent exposure suspect

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ROANOKE COUNTY, VA -

Roanoke County Police are searching for an indecent exposure suspect.

Officers say the incident took place on March 19th, in the 7300 block of Williamson Road.

A young woman says a man exposed himself to her while inside her car at a car wash, around 4:00 p.m.  The suspect drove away from the car wash in a dark color Volkswagen Passat sedan.

Police say a surveillance camera recorded the crime.   Pictures of the suspect and car are to the left of this article.

If you have any information, call Roanoke County Police at (540) 562-3265.

 

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