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Police step up patrols, ask public assistance to ID suspect accused of exposing himself in Mine Falls Park

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Sep 26, 2022

Walking trail, Mine Falls Park, Nashua.

NASHUA — Police are asking anyone who may have any information regarding the identity of the thin, white man who has allegedly been exposing himself to teenage girls in Mine Falls Park to contact the department to share that information.

Several incidents, mainly last Wednesday and Thursday, in which the man allegedly exposed himself, and in some cases, spoke to the girls, were reported, police said.

He is said to be of average height and may have facial hair, and could be wearing a red or orange jacket or sweatshirt, police said.

Police didn’t specify where in Mine Falls Park, which covers 325 acres and has several entrance and exit points, the sightings occurred. Some of the paths are used by Nashua High School South and NHS North students for boys and girls cross-country and track meets, but it’s not known if any of the teens who reported being approached by the alleged exposer were athletes taking part in a meet or practice.

To report any information about the suspect, or to make police aware of any as-yet unreported incidents, contact the department at 594-3500 or call the department’s Crime Line, where information can be reported anonymously, at 589-1665.

Dean Shalhoup may be reached at 594-1256 or dshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com.


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