Anne Arundel Co. police investigate indecent-exposure reports

Police have released two security-camera photos of the man or men they say exposed themselves to five women this month. (Photos courtesy of the Anne Arundel County Police Department)

WASHINGTON — The Anne Arundel County police are investigating five reports of a man exposing himself to women over the past two weeks.

The first incident happened Feb. 4 when police say a man exposed himself to a store clerk on B&A Boulevard.

On Feb. 10, police say they got a call about another incident of indecent explosure, also on B&A Boulevard. By the time they got there, the victim was gone. Police say the victim was an Anne Arundel Community College student, but they’re still trying to contact her.


Later that night, a man grabbed a woman at the Michael’s Crafts Store at 16 Mountain Rd.

Then, on Feb. 12, in the same area of B&A Boulevard, a man exposed himself to an Anne Arundel Community College student leaving the Glen Burnie Campus.

And on Feb. 15, a man exposed himself to a customer at the Five and Below Store at 6714 Ritchie Highway, in Glen Burnie.

The police say that there may be two men committing these acts.

The police are asking anyone who recognizes either of the men in these photographs to call 410-222-6135. In addition, if anyone was a victim and has not reported it, please contact Northern District Detectives.

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