Weston police hunt for flasher suspect

Police in Weston are searching Tuesday for a man they say is responsible for flashing two women near a popular area for joggers and walkers.

Police say around 9:30 a.m. two women noticed a man standing in the street near 240 Godfrey Road East wearing nothing but a pair of shorts. Police Chief John Troxell says the man had his shorts around his ankles and was fondling himself. According to Troxell, as the women got closer a car pulled up and scared him away. He says the suspect got in his truck and pulled away at a high rate of speed.

Police say the description of the man matches that of the person who flashed a woman in Wilton. They believe the same man is responsible for both incidents. Anyone with information is asked to call the Weston Police Department at 203-222-2639.

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