Chandler police are searching for a man who has allegedly flashed women in at least 12 different incidents.
The incidents take place between Dobson Rd. and Arizona Ave. along the Sun Circle Trail, which runs parallel to the Western Canal.
According to police, the flasher targets women who are walking, running or biking along the trail. He flashes his genitals and then disappears into the surrounding neighborhood.
The suspect is described as being a white male between 30 and 50 years of age. He has short blonde hair and is balding. He has a pot belly. He may drive a dark-colored SUV.
The flasher has been active since April 2012.
Anyone with information on these crimes is asked to contact the Chandler Police Department at (480) 782-4130.
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