Bentonville Police Search For Man Exposing Himself To Children Walking Home From School

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BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — Bentonville Police are looking for a man who was accused of exposing himself to children who were walking home school on Monday (May 9).

Police said they recieved two reports of an older, white male  exposing himself to children. He was described as balding on top with gray hair on the sides, the report states. He was wearing a gray shirt  with “ARKANSAS” printed in red letters on the front, and was driving what appeared to be a white four-door Toyota Camry with no vehicle tags.

Two children said they were walking home from school along Magnolia Drive when a man in a white car pulled up next to them and asked if they had ever seen male genitalia before, according to a department release.

The children ran home and told their father, who reported the incident to police.

While officers were still at the scene, they got the second report of the man asking another child the same question near NW LaSalle Street.

Anyone with information about the man or incidents should contact the Bentonville Police Department at 479-271-5900.

 

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