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County cops are seeking a selfie-taking man for indecent exposure

County police are looking for a man who they say strolled up to a Newark home early yesterday and exposed himself, while apparently taking a few selfies.

Patrol officers from the New Castle County Division of Police were dispatched to Avignon Drive, in the community of Frenchtown Woods in response to a report of indecent exposure.

 

The subject walked up to a residence during the early morning hours and exposed himself; the individual may not have been aware he was being captured on the home owner’s surveillance camera.

Police say the suspect left the area in an unknown vehicle, possibly a light-colored Toyota Camry or similar vehicle.

If you can identify the person in the picture or have any information regarding this investigation, please contact Det. Adams at (302)395-2741 or Jonathan.adams@newcastlede.gov or call the New Castle County Police non-emergency number at 302-573-2800.

Citizens can text a tip anonymously simply by texting the number 847411 keyword: NCCDE.  You can also submit a tip via their website at http://www.nccpd.com.

 

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