Police: Man exposed himself to jogger in Trumbull

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TRUMBULL -

Police say a man exposed himself to a jogger in Trumbull.

The incident happened around 5 p.m. Wednesday on Huntington Turnpike near Abraham Nichols Park.

The female jogger told police that a man in a small, blue car followed her from the park and exposed himself. Police say the man reportedly followed the woman and asked multiple times if she wanted a ride before he drove off.

Police describe the suspect as in his late- to mid-50s, balding and was wearing round, wire-rimmed glassed and a button-down shirt. They say his blue car was described as from out of state, with an orange-ish license plate possibly containing the characters "622FJ."

Police ask anyone with information to call Trumbull police at 203-261-3665.

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