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OPD investigating exposure incidents at Millard North

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Posted at 11:06 AM, Sep 08, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-08 12:24:57-04

Omaha Police are investigating several indecent exposure incidents at Millard North High that took place between 4:40 p.m. and 5:50 p.m. Wednesday. 

According to OPD, The first victim indicated that she was in the parking lot of Millard North High School around 4:30 p.m. when she was approached by a black truck. 

She told officials that the man was 18-20 years old, white, but had a dark complexion, dark brown hair spiked straight up, wearing a blueish green tie dye shirt. She stated the male asked her to help him. She stated she approached the vehicle and saw the man exposing himself. She stated the male drove off.

OPD says the second person stated that around 4:30 p.m. she was walking to her vehicle in the parking lot of Millard North.

The victim told police that she was approached by a black truck. She stated the suspect was a male, possibly Hispanic, 20 to 25 years old, medium complexion, black hair, dark eyebrows, and a Spanish accent. She stated the male stated “Can you help me with this?”. She stated she approached the vehicle and observed the male exposing himself. She described the truck as Black with Brown trim possibly 9 or 10 County Nebraska plates.

OPD officials added the third person stated that at around 5:50 p.m. she was leaving the school when she observed a black truck parked near the curb near the building. She described the suspect as a Middle Eastern male, approximately 40 years old. 

She stated the male asked if she knew where the closest hospital was. She stated she approached the vehicle and observed the male exposing himself.

She stated that she backed away from the vehicle and it drove off. Anyone with information is urged to contact the OPD Child Victims Sexual Assault Unit at (402) 444-5636, or Omaha Crime Stoppers at 444-STOP or at omahacrimestoppers,org.

Anyone else who may have had contact with the suspect, but has not reported it is urged to contact police.