Police say NE Portland flasher exposes himself to 3 more children

PORLTLAND, Ore. - A serial flasher struck again Thursday, exposing himself to three more children, according to Portland police.

Portland police say the man exposed himself to three 11-year-old children near Northeast Alameda Street and Alameda Terrace while they were on their way home from Beaumont School at about 4:15 p.m.

The children told police the man yelled at them and when they turned to look in his direction, he opened the front of his boxer shorts. The man then ran east on Alameda Street.

The man is suspected of exposing himself in several instances to children and two female joggers in the Alameda, Beumont-Wilshire, Roseway and Grant Park neighborhoods of Northeast Portland since January. Police say they are providing extra patrol to those neighborhoods.

The suspect is described as a white man between 20 and 40 years old. Police say he's between 5-foot-9 and six feet tall and weighs between 170 and 185 pounds. He has dark brown hair and was seen wearing a white T-shirt, dark-colored boxers and dirty running shoes.

In Thursday's incident, the suspect was wearing red boxer shorts and covered his face with a white T-shirt, police said.

In one incident, he was seen possibly driving a gray or gold large American sedan.

Police are asking neighbors who have security cameras to check their footage. They also ask walkers and joggers to carry a cellphone on them in case they see the suspect.

Police say they have extra patrols in the area.

Anyone who sees the suspect is asked to call 911. Anyone with non-emergency information should call 503-823-3333.