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Authorities seek serial flasher in south Forsyth area


Anyone with information on the alleged flasher is asked to call the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office at (770) 781-3087.

SOUTH FORSYTH — Authorities are asking the public’s help in identifying a man who is suspected of flashing cashiers at several area businesses.

According to surveillance footage and witness reports, a young black man reportedly entered the CVS at Atlanta Highway (Hwy. 9) and Francis Road around lunchtime Wednesday, exposing his genitals to the cashier before leaving, said Forsyth County Sheriff’s Cpl. Robin Regan.

Details about the suspect, including his name and exact age, are not known. He drove off in an older model burgundy passenger vehicle with damage on the passenger side.

Regan said Wednesday’s incident was the fifth time the suspect is thought to have exposed himself in a public place, including twice at the same drug store in Forsyth and once each at similar businesses in Roswell, Milton and Alpharetta.

“[Today] deputies flooded the area immediately, but he fled the area as the call was coming in,” Regan said.

Regan said investigators with the various jurisdictions have met and are working to find the man, who is being sought for charges of indecent exposure.

No one else is thought to be connected to the incidents.

The man is not suspected of physically harming anyone, Regan said.