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OKC Police Seek Man Who Exposed Self Outside Elementary School

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Oklahoma City police are looking for a suspect who exposed himself in the parking lot of an elementary school.

According to police, at about 2:40 p.m. Thursday, officers responded to the incident at Fairview Elementary School, located at 2431 S.W. 89th St.

According to the school principal, two Westmoore High School students were on their way to pick up a sibling, who is a student at the Fairview Elementary School. When the two approached the parking lot, the principal said an unknown male rolled down his window and asked the students if they had seen a dog running around.

The suspect reportedly then asked the victims to come over to his car and look at a photo of the dog. However, when the victims walked over to his car, the suspect reportedly pulled himself up out of the chair and exposed himself to the victims.

The victims said they took off running into the elementary school, where they reported the incident to the principal.

The suspect is described as a white male in his mid-20s. He has dark short hair, and seemed to be average height. He was wearing grayish-blue pajama pants and a t-shirt. The victims said the suspect was also wearing a pair of sunglasses with a purple tint. He had a scruffy-looking beard. 

The interior of the vehicle was black. The victims said the suspect seemed high and slurred his words, according to police. 

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