They have very little to go by.
Police have not been able to obtain a full description of the male suspect who has hidden his face during incidents in which he exposed
Arlington Police spokesperson Crystal Nosal says that women shouldn't walk or bike alone along the trail and should carry a cell phone.
"None of the victims so far have had a phone on them," Nosal said. "It has taken them at least 15 to 20 minutes to contact us after this occurs."
Police also suggest not using headphones or other devices while on the trail, saying they could prevent you from hearing someone approach.
Patrols along the trail have increased in an effort to catch the man. Arlington Police are also asking bikers and hikers to report any incidents or suspicious behavior.
I'll be happy when they catch this guy. I just hope he doesn't escalate his behavior. And not to make light of the situation, but this first line sounded odd to me
I'll be happy when they catch this guy. I just hope he doesn't escalate his behavior.
And not to make light of the situation, but this first line sounded odd to me
Police in Arlington County are urging caution to those using the Washington & Old Dominion bike trail as they search for a man who has been allegedly exposing himself to women.
What if you're not searching for the man exposing himself? And can't we drop the allegedly since we don't even know who it is?