Photo of a man wanted for exposing himself on multiple occasions in Pasco County. This photo is from the Race Trac at US 19 and Fox Hollow on 3/9- courtesy of the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.
Pasco County, Florida -- The Pasco County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help identifying a Black man in his 20's wanted in several incidents where he exposed himself to women.
Detectives say the most recent case happened on Sunday, March 17 around 1 p.m. at the Dollar General Store, located at U.S. 19 and Fox Hollow Drive. The man reportedly went to pay for a small item at the register and exposed himself to the clerk behind the counter.
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A mother who lives in the neighborhood and shops at the store says she talked to the clerk about it.
"She said he came in and asked her for a date, or did she want to date and he showed his private parts too," she explained.
The woman didn't want to give her full name out of concern that the suspect hasn't been arrested. She agreed to tell 10 News her last name which is Lindsey.
The man fits the description of a person involved in three other incidents detailed below:
Feb. 20: Detectives say the man started masturbating on a Pasco County Public Transportation bus around 4:45 p.m. while looking at a woman who was also on the bus. She got up and moved to the front of the bus.
March 9: Investigators say the man was kicked out of the RaceTrac convenience store, on U.S. 19 and Fox Hollow, because he was caught masturbating in the store.
Lindsey says she was inside the store when it happened. "He just came in with his private parts just literally hanging out. He walked in the door with them hanging out."
March 12: Sheriff's deputies say he approached a home in the Embassy Hills subdivision off Crabtree Lane in Port Richey. He went to the back of the home, and when the 89 year old woman living there noticed him and asked what he was doing, he reportedly pulled his pants down and began to masturbate.
Pasco Sheriff's officials ask anyone with information regarding the suspect to call 1-800-706-2488.