Oakland County Sheriff's Office releases picture of suspected serial flasher in pantyhose
Police release information about suspect's vehicle
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office said there's been another incident reported about a man exposing too much by wearing little other than sheer pantyhose. Now investigators are releasing information about the serial flasher's vehicle. You're asked to be on the lookout for a silver 2005 - 2009 Jeep Cherokee. Investigators say the vehicle is most likely a Grand Cherokee.
In a release on Monday, deputies said the latest incident was reported Friday, but happened March 13 at Salon Bliss in Rochester Hills.
In the March 13 incident, the man walked to both sides of the counter and asked about having a Brazilian wax done, deputies said.
Deputies said a man was wearing a gray long sleeve button up shirt that was open over a blue T-shirt that was inside out with the tag in front. He was wearing sheer pantyhose, slightly blue in color, with nothing underneath.
The man is described by deputies as white, in his 50s, with glasses, 6 feet tall with a heavy upper build, had a "pot belly" and a skinny legs.
About one hour before that incident, an indecent exposure was reported in nearby Auburn Hills, where the man was wearing a very similar outfit, deputies said.
In the past few months, a man wearing pantyhose has been seeking attention three times in Rochester Hills, three times in Canton Township, and once each in Auburn Hills, Bloomfield Township, Chesterfield Township and West Bloomfield Township.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers 800-SPEAKUP. There is a cash reward.