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Huntersville Police looking for second neighborhood flasher in under two weeks


Huntersville Police are looking for a man they say flashed several residents living in the Caldwell Station neighborhood over the past month.

"[This is a] great neighborhood. People seem pretty friendly," said resident John Pizetowski.
Pizetowski walks his dog every night up and down the neighborhood streets, but was upset when he found out that several of his neighbors spotted a the flasher.

"It's just kind of strange that there's someone like that in the neighborhood," he said.

Police say neighbors have described the flasher wearing a hood, a mask covering his face, and nothing below the waist. Neighbors say the flasher runs away when they call police.

"I totally don't understand that we could have someone around here thinking that's funny," said neighbor Patty Jen.

Police tell WBTV this is the second flasher in the area. Hugh Ragland, 25, was arrested not even two weeks ago for allegedly pulling down his pants in front of young girls in Monteith Park, a neighborhood just a few miles away.

"I don't even know how to respond to that. I just can't imagine somebody wanting to do that," said neighbor Steve Propst.

If you have any information, Huntersville Police want  to hear from you. You can speak to a detective by calling (704)464-5400.

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