Police: Driver exposed himself to teens in Oak Lawn

SHARE Police: Driver exposed himself to teens in Oak Lawn

(OAK LAWN) Oak Lawn police are searching for a man who exposed himself to two teens Wednesday afternoon in the southwest suburb.

Two 13-year-old girls told police the driver pulled up to a stop sign in the 5900 block of 91st Street about 3:30 p.m. and waited for them to pass close to him, police said in a statement.

Both teens saw him committing “a lewd act” while sitting in the driver’s seat of the black SUV, possibly a Jeep, the statement said.

He did not try to communicate with the teens, and Oak Lawn police do not believe any students are in immediate danger.

He is described as a white man between 58 and 62 years old, unshaven with gray hair and a gray T-shirt, police said.

Anyone with information is asked to call Oak Lawn police at (708) 422-8292.

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