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Suspect Wanted for Indecent Exposure

MISSOULA - Authorities are looking for information on a man, who has been exposing himself to female employees at businesses near the Wye area.

Paige Pavalone, who is the Public Information Officer for the Missoula County Sheriff's Department, said the incidents have taken place at night and have occurred at least four times in the past week.

The male was seen spying on women while they were working, and on two occasions exposed his genitals to them.

Pavalone said the man is described as wearing dark clothing, possibly between 5'6"-5'10" with either a "skinny" or "barrel chested" stature. He may have

reddish facial hair.

She added that this case may be related to similar incidents occurring within Missoula City.

The University of Montana recently received two reports about a man meeting female students in the University Center, walking them to their residence halls, and inappropriately touching them in their rooms.

If you have any information regarding these incidents, call Crime Stoppers at (406) 721-4444.

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