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Breckenridge police looking for indecent exposure suspect

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Special to the DailyBreckenridge police are looking for this man, who is suspected of exposing himself to a woman in Kingdom Park. The suspect is described as white, 22 to 28 years of age, about 5-feet-10-inches, weighing 130 to 150 pounds.
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BRECKENRIDGE – The Breckenridge Police Department is looking for a man who allegedly exposed himself earlier this week to a woman in Kingdom Park near the Breckenridge Recreation Center.The woman was eating her lunch at the park’s picnic tables about 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday when she noticed a man walking toward the tables.The man walked up to her, pulled his pants down and exposed his genitals, then told her to “look at this,” according to a press release from the Breckenridge Police Department.

The suspect is described as white, 22 to 28 years of age, about 5-feet-10-inches, weighing 130 to 150 pounds. He is described as very skinny and narrow. He has brown eyes and short brown hair, no facial hair, tattoos or visible piercings.Anyone with information on this case should call the Breckenridge Police Department at (970) 453-2941.

DVD theftThe Breckenridge Police Department is also looking for whoever stole $23,000 worth of DVDs from a home on Wellington Road earlier this month.On Friday, June 3, officers were called to 518 Wellington Road on the report of a burglary.

They discovered that approximately 1,000 DVDs had been taken from the home, including collectors’ items such as 250 Japanese Anime movies and special edition full series.The entire collection is valued at $23,000.The Breckenridge Police Department is looking for suspect information regarding this case. Any information should be directed to Detective George Hughes at (970) 547-3133.Or, those wishing to remain anonymous can call Summit County Crimestoppers at 1-866-453-STOP. Callers can receive up to $1,000 for tips.


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