Overexposure: Naked man reveals himself to canoeists along Huron River in 8th flashing incident
He’s back and still in the buff.
Ann Arbor police suspect the same man responsible for exposing himself in several riverside incidents struck again Monday.
Three canoeists - one male, two female - reported seeing a man wearing nothing but a hat and sunglasses at 2:45 p.m. while they were drifting down the Huron River near the Furstenberg Nature Area.
Sgt. Craig Flocken of the AAPD said the canoeists described the suspect as an elderly white male with grey hair, a description that matches previous reports.
“He was wearing a mossy green fishing hat and sunglasses“ and nothing else, Flocken said. “He stepped out from the foliage to the bank of the river.”
The canoeists were unable to immediately call the police. Flocken said they were dispatched to the area roughly 30 minutes after the incident and were not able to locate the naked suspect.
Ann Arbor police are asking the public for help. They think the same man might be responsible for indecent exposure incidents in the past.
“This has been No. 8 in that area since September 2010,” Flocken said. “As soon as somebody sees this guy, call us right away.”
The quicker the public calls, the quicker officers can be on scene to search for the man, said Flocken.