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50-Something Man 'Repeatedly Exposed Himself' To Jogger In Trumbull

Huntington Turnpike near Nichols Field in Trumbull.
Huntington Turnpike near Nichols Field in Trumbull. Photo Credit: Google Maps street view

Have you seen him?

Police are asking the public's help in their search for a man who they say repeatedly exposed himself to a female jogger in Trumbull.

The jogger reported to police that a male in his car reportedly exposed himself to her on Huntington Turnpike near the Nichols fields on Wednesday, March 14.

The man also reportedly followed her and asked repeatedly if she wanted a ride before eventually driving away.

The woman was jogging in the Nichols Park along Huntington Turnpike (Route. 108) near Unity Road at around 5 p.m., police said. The jogger initially saw a small blue car parked next to a larger white vehicle in the dirt lot of the park. The jogger reported the small blue car then began to follow her as she jogged out onto the road.

The driver is described as a white male, aged mid to late 50’s, balding, wearing round wire-rimmed glasses and a button-down shirt.

He pulled the car alongside her and he began to expose himself to her while asking her to get into his car. The female was able to run away unharmed and the male drove away. The car’s license plate was described as being out of state with an orange color and possibly bearing the characters “622FJ”.

Trumbull Police asking anyone with information to contact them at 203-261-3665. They may also make an anonymous tip by going to t rumbull-ct.gov/PoliceTips .

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