Englewood police seek alleged flasher in blue Honda

Man accused of twice exposing himself to woman in northwest Englewood

David Gilbert
dgilbert@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 10/5/20

Englewood police are looking for a man alleged to have exposed himself to a woman from a car at Bates Avenue and Galapago Street on the morning of Oct. 5. The man was driving a newer-model bright …

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Englewood police seek alleged flasher in blue Honda

Man accused of twice exposing himself to woman in northwest Englewood

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Englewood police are looking for a man alleged to have exposed himself to a woman from a car at Bates Avenue and Galapago Street on the morning of Oct. 5.

The man was driving a newer-model bright blue Honda Civic with no license plates, according to a description provided by the victim.

The man was described as a white man in his 40s, bald, with a large/heavyset build. During the incident he was wearing a bandana and a white shirt and nothing below the waist.

The victim said she was walking her dog when the man pulled up and exposed himself. The woman yelled and the man drove away, before confronting her again at Cornell Avenue and Elati Street. The woman yelled again and the man drove off, she said.

If anyone has any additional information on this or similar incidents, please notify the Englewood Police Department at 303-761-7410.

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