San Pedro flasher wanted for sexually assaulting women, LAPD says

A photo of the suspect Los Angeles police said has sexually assaulted at least three women in the San Pedro area.

A man is wanted after Los Angeles police said he's exposed himself while sexually assaulting multiple women in the San Pedro area.

Los Angeles police said they need help identifying the man who has attacked at least three women.

The first assault came in April when the suspect approached a 16-year-old girl at a bus stop and made lewd and comments while fondling himself, police said.

The second assault happened in June, when according to police, the suspect approached a woman from behind, grabbed her breasts and exposed himself.

The latest attack happened this month, after police said the suspect approached a woman, exposed himself, and groped her breasts before fleeing.

Detectives released a picture they said a victim was able to snap of the perpetrator.

He is described only as a Hispanic man, between 19 and 25 years old, approximately 5-feet-8-inches tall and 190 pounds with black hair.

Detectives believe there may be more victims who have not reported the assaults and are urging anyone who believes they may have been assaulted to come forward.

Anyone with information that can help detectives is urged to call the Los Angeles Police Harbor Division at (310) 726-7919.
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