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Police on lookout for Kedron flasher

Peachtree City police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a black male who flashed a woman in the parking lot of the Kedron Village Kroger recently.

The suspect, whose face is not clearly seen on video surveillance footage from inside the store, was wearing a T-shirt with the letters “RMA” on the back. Police believe he may be driving a black passenger vehicle.

Anyone with information on the incident or identity of the suspect is asked to call Peachtree City police at 770-487-8866.

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tunnelmotor99's picture

"I hope some random guy flashes his junk at me in the parking lot, that would be super hot"... said no woman ever. They'll love this guy in prison.

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Shirt looks familiar

Cyclist's picture

Can someone explain how we have a photo of this fellow entering the store but not one with him leaving assuming they have adequate camera coverage.

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PTC Observer's picture

I think they do have one coming out, I am sure they have some really good leads by now. He won't be out there much longer.

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Davids mom's picture

We saw a 'front' view this morning - but the facial features were not distinct. Hope they are able to get a better 'face' from the video. He and a former Congressman have a problem. Sad. More attention to mental health please!

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