There are sick individuals out there. This man needs to be caught so he will stop traumatizing his victims, and ultimately get some sort of help.

A flasher (or “indecent exposure suspect” in official parlance) is targeting Amish women in Juniata County, Pennsylvania:

According to police, a Fayette Township woman reported that on Nov. 1, 2019, a man pulled up in front of her home on Billyville Road in an older-model Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck shortly after 1 p.m.

At that point the man did what indecent exposure suspects do. More on the suspect:

The victim described the suspect as a man in his mid- to late-20’s, with a beard and mustache, according to police.

Police believe the man is only targeting members of the Amish community. There were at least two other reports of similar incidents in the area, police say.

Anyone with information is asked to contact State Police at (717) 320-1010.

If you are in this central PA area and that description rings a bell, you know who to call. Given those details, I expect this person will be caught soon.

Juniata County is home to a sizeable Amish community of nine church districts.

There are also many other Amish communities in the region within a short drive.

This is not the state’s first case of people targeting Amish in this way.

In 2014, two police officers in the New Wilmington area went undercover as Amish women to capture another indecent exposer.

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