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Roseville, Calif. -The Roseville Police Department is investigating a report that a yet-unidentified teenage boy went into the girl’s bathroom at Crestmont Park and exposed himself to a young girl.

At 11:50 a.m. Saturday, September 25, a seven-year-old girl was using the girl’s restroom at Crestmont Park, in the 1500 block of Champion Oaks Drive, when a teenage boy walked in and exposed himself to her.  He asked her what her name was, told her he would not touch her, and walked out. When the victim left the bathroom, she saw the suspect sitting on a bicycle next to the restrooms, using a cell phone. The victim went to her mother and told her what had happened, and the suspect rode away. The victim’s mother immediately called Roseville Police.  Although police officers and other adults searched the area, they were unable to locate the suspect.


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Witnesses described the suspect as a white male, 14-17 years old, 5’9″ tall with a medium build and short, possibly shaggy, blond hair.   He was wearing a white shirt with black writing on it, and black pants.

The victim in this incident did the right thing by immediately telling a trusted adult what happened.   Anyone with any information about this incident is asked to call the Roseville Police Investigations Unit at (916)774-5070.

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