The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office investigators say a number of exposure cases in the Sugarland Run may be related.
The most recent case occurred Thursday night. Around 10:45 p.m. woman was outside her Greenfield Court home when she observed a male exposing himself. The subject was described as a white or Hispanic male in his mid-to-late teens, 5’10” tall with a thin build. He was wearing a red sweatshirt and Khaki pants/shorts. Deputies canvassed the area but did not find a suspect.
The description of the suspect in that case was similar to two other exposure cases reported in the area.
On March 31, a worker at a Wedgedale Drive home answered the door after hearing a knock. No one was at the door. A few minutes later someone knocked. The worker looked out a window and observed a teen exposing himself and then running away. That subject was described as a 16 to 17-year-old Hispanic male, approximately 5’8” to 5’10” with black hair and was wearing glasses.
A similar case was reported on April 11. The victim reported encountering a male exposing himself two days earlier while walking in the area of Avondale Drive. The suspect was described as being 15 to 16-years-old, white or Hispanic, with short black hair and was approximately 5’9” tall.
Residents are urged to immediately report any activity of this nature by calling 703-777-1021. Anyone who has information regarding this case, or did not report a similar encounter in this area, is encouraged to come forward by contacting Deputy First Class M. Bressler at 703-771-5670 x6469 or by e-mail at email@example.com.