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Colorado Crimes: Authorities on the lookout for a penis

Flashing: What a bad feeling -- especially if you're the one being unexpectedly confronted with a closeup view of genitals you really didn't want to see in the first place.

According to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office, a young man has been waving his package around in serial fashion: once last September, then twice this month, including Wednesday. They would like to take him into custody and chastise him for his rude behavior. Or something like that.

Click "Continue" to read the ACSO release and see a map of where the incidents took place.

ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERFF'S OFFICE

INDECENT EXPOSURES - PRECINCT 2

SUSPECT: Black male, 15-20 years of age; in all three cases was wearing basketball shorts and a t-shirt

9/08/2008 (Mon 6 PM-6:30 PM) -- the suspect exposed himself at Madema Park (4900 E. Easter Avenue) to a group of 13-year-old females.

5/13/2009 (Wed 5 PM-5:30 PM) -- the suspect was pacing back and forth at the intersection of S. Birch Street and E. Fremont Avenue, exposing himself.

5/27/2009 (Wed 3PM-3:15PM) -- the suspect exposed himself to a 38-year-old female as she passed him on the sidewalk in the 4100 block of E. Geddes Avenue.

CONTACT: Forward any information reference possible suspects to the attention of the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office, 303-795-4711.

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