Fairfield police: Man exposed himself to teens at Jennings Beach

<p>Police in Fairfield need the public&rsquo;s help identifying a man who they say exposed himself to teenaged girls at Jennings Beach.</p>

News 12 Staff

Sep 27, 2017, 10:30 AM

Updated 2,433 days ago

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Police in Fairfield need the public’s help identifying a man who they say exposed himself to teenaged girls at Jennings Beach.
According to police, it happened at least twice, once on Sept. 5 and then just over the weekend on Sept. 23. The incident happened between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Whether it’s intentional or an accident, police say they just want to prevent it from happening again.
“We're looking for the public's help to identify the subject, and we'll see what his motivations were or what his intent was in both cases on separate occasions at the beach,” says Lt. Robert Kalamaras with Fairfield police.
Police say according to the complaints they have received, the man positions himself in front of the girls, sits down and pretends to read a book.
Police say based on photographic evidence, it appears the man is doing this purposely.
Beachgoers say they are a little creeped out.
“Even me as an adult, if I saw something like that I would just call the police,” says Michelle Novak. “It's just absolutely ridiculous and unnecessary in such a beautiful town that we leave in.”
Police say depending on the man's intentions, he could be charged with indecent exposure. 


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