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Police report man exposing himself to women on Canton streets

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Police released this sketch of a man who they believe exposed himself to two women last month in Canton. Police released this sketch of a man who they believe exposed himself to two women last month in Canton.
Canton, Mich. (WJBK) -

Police in Canton are looking for a man who they believe exposed himself to two women last month.

Sgt. Chad Baugh says the first incident occurred on July 15 in the area of Cherry Hill and Sheldon Road. The second incident occurred on July 21 in the area of Hanford and Marshall Road. In each incident, police say the suspect approached female pedestrians and exposed his penis to them.

The suspect is described as a white male approximately 5' 10" between the ages of 18 and 25. In both instances, he was unshaven and wearing black shorts. Police released a sketch of the suspect (see right).

Anyone with information is asked to call Canton police at 734-394-5400.

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