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He flashed two baristas. Now a Kennewick flasher exposed himself to a younger girl, police say

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The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs 2017 Crime in Washington Annual Report details crimes against persons, property and society statistics from agencies that serve about 92% of the state.
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The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs 2017 Crime in Washington Annual Report details crimes against persons, property and society statistics from agencies that serve about 92% of the state.

A Kennewick flasher who struck two coffee shops last month turned to a younger victim over the weekend and is using a different luxury car.

A 13-year-old girl told police a newer black Audi stopped next to her on Saturday near the corner of 19th Avenue and Vancouver Street. He asked the teen a lewd question, exposed himself and then drove away.

She wasn’t able to get the license plate number.

The heavyset man had brown hair tied back in a bun. Kennewick police said the description matched the suspect in a pair of similar incidents that happened last month.

In those cases, a man in his mid-20s or mid-30s approached two baristas on the same day in a white Cadillac with tinted windows. He ordered coffee and then exposed himself before driving away.

Anyone with information about either crime can call Kennewick police at 509-628-0333.

Cameron Probert covers breaking news and education for the Tri-City Herald, where he tries to answer readers’ questions about why police officers and firefighters are in your neighborhood. He studied communications at Washington State University.
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