Indecent exposure leads to arrest, charges

A man suspected to have exposed himself to two young girls was taken into custody and will be facing charges.

A man suspected to have exposed himself to two young girls was taken into custody and will be facing charges.

On Jan. 24, two 12-year-olds girls were walking after school near the David Hoy Elementary School.

The two girls reported an adult male then exposed himself to them, which they then reported to their parents.

The RCMP received the complaint the same evening, and based on their description, located the man they believed involved in the incident.

The man, a resident of Fort St. James, was then arrested and will be charged for indecent exposure, according to RCMP.

The man has been released until he appears in court, on conditions to protect the public based on the circumstances of the case.

The RCMP asks anyone with information related to various crimes to contact the Vanderhoof RCMP at 250.567.2222. To remain anonymous, the RCMP advises people to call Crimestoppers at 1.800.222.TIPS (8477).

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