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AUSTIN-- The Austin Police Department and the Austin Independent School District are seeking the public's assistance after three reports of a male exposing himself near school campuses.

In all three instances, the victims were walking to school between 7 to 8 a.m. and were approached by a Hispanic male, approximately 30 years old, who only spoke Spanish. All three victims were uninjured and managed to get away from the suspect.

Anyone with information about these incidents is urged to call APD's Child Abuse Unit at (512) 974-6880.

== Case #1: October 31, 2013; 7:50-8 a.m. ==

Location: 7300 block of Duval St. (St. John's and Duval area near Webb Middle School)

Suspect: Light-skinned Hispanic male with brown hair, approx. 30 years old, Spanish speaker, clean shaven, wearing a gray T-shirt and blue jeans with a black belt

Suspect Vehicle: Green four-door car with a sunroof, possibly a Honda, partial license plate BT3

Details: Suspect drove alongside victim and offered her money, then parked in her path and exposed his genitals


== Case #2: November 1, 2013; 7:05 a.m. ==

Location: 2200 block of Wheeless (near Pierce Middle School)

Suspect: Hispanic male with short brown hair, approx. 30 years old, Spanish speaker, wearing a gray sweatshirt with Aeropostale on the front

Suspect Vehicle: Older dark green four-door

Details: Suspect drove alongside victim, asked her to come closer and offered her money


== Case #3: November 1, 2013; 7:30 a.m. ==

Location: 7300 block of Duval St. (near Webb Middle School)

Suspect: Hispanic male, approx. 30 years old, Spanish speaker, light brown hair, hair taller in the center and shaved on the sides, stubble on his face, wearing a light brown polo shirt, jeans and a black belt

Suspect Vehicle: Light beige four-door sedan with a very clean light brown interior

Details: Suspect drove alongside victim and asked her questions, told her she was pretty, exposed his genitals, and said he would come back to pick her up after school

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