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Author Topic: Indecent Exposure - please report
wang
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Post Indecent Exposure - please report
on: January 20, 2012, 18:56

For more information on this suspect and scalable photo you may visit the
following link:

http://www.citizenobserver.com/cov6/app/alert.html?id=23926

Description:
Black Male
DOB 6/25/1975
Age 37
Height 6'-0"
Weight 190
Tattoos, scars

If you have information that can assist in the apprehension of one of
these subjects please contact The Capitol Area Crime Stoppers at
512-472-TIPS (8477), call 911 or text "APD" and your message to 847411
(tip411).

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