Flasher In Flagler Posing as Biker

Flasher In Flagler Posing as Biker

Police in Palm Coast Florida (Flagler County) are searching for a short black male, 5' 2" who is riding a black motorcycle and exposing himself to women.

According to News Channel 4 out of Jacksonville, detectives say four different women have reported that a black male fitting the description has either exposed himself or masturbated in front of women and then fled on a small black motorcycle.

The incidents occurred on July 27, August 11, August 15 and August 26.  

Police give this advice to anyone who may come into contact with a threatening male.

    • Practice good situational awareness: Be aware of who is around you, both walking and anyone parked nearby. Ninety percent of self-defense is awareness; 10 percent is physical.
    • Scream or yell in a loud voice if someone approaches you in a threatening manner. Screaming “Back off!” or “Get back!” to alert bystanders is the No. 1 thing you can do to get help and maybe even save your life.
    • Listen to your instincts: If something or someone seems suspicious, turn around, go another way.
    • If possible, walk before dark. Walk in well-lit areas. Take another person with you, if possible.
    • Provide a good description: Be able to describe a suspect’s clothes, appearance, height, weight, hair and eye color, race, sex and vehicle.
    • Unless the situation dictates otherwise, do not confront or take matters into your own hands. Be a good witness and call law enforcement immediately.
    • If you see something suspicious in Flagler County, say something by calling 911 immediately. If you have any information about these crimes or any crimes in Flagler County, please call the FCSO at 386-313-4911, or if you want to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida at 1-888-277-8477 and be eligible for a reward. 
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