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Grady County authorities searching for flasher

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Chickasha-  Grady County authorities are looking for a man who they say is exposing himself to teenage girls and possibly trying to kidnap them.

Deputies say it started about three years ago, but the man was never caught. They only have a vague description of him... a white man in his 30's to early 40's. He wears glasses, has balding hair and a scruffy beard. He's driving a late 1990's or early 2000's maroon pickup with a white sticker on the passenger side windshield.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Grady County Sheriff's Department at (405) 224-0984.

If you'd like to remain anonymous, contact the Crime Stoppers phone line at 405-224-TIPS (405) 224-8477.

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