Help Sought to Find Huntington Beach Flasher

The man was seen driving away in an older red Ford Ranger pickup truck pulling a tan Shasta trailer

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    Police sought the public's help on Thursday to find a man who allegedly flashed an employee at a clothing store last month, police said.

    Officials said the man walked into BJ Clothes at Warner Avenue and Goldenwest Street on July 23 at 4 p.m.

    Police said he proceeded to select a few items of clothing and entered a dressing area.

    He then opened the curtain of the dressing area and stood naked, smiling at a store employee, officials said.

    The suspect was last seen driving away from the store in an older red Ford Ranger pickup truck that was pulling a tan Shasta trailer.

    Anyone with information on the case is urged to contact the Huntington Beach Police Department at 714-536-5653.

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