Dallas police issue description of possible child predator

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Dallas police issue description of possible child predator

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Posted on December 2, 2013 at 11:35 PM

Child predator?

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DALLAS — Dallas police said they are investigating three cases of children being approached by a suspicious man.

The first two incidents happened on Monday, November 11. Police said a man exposed himself to one child in the 3000 block of West Wheatland Road in south-central Oak Cliff.

Police provided this description of the suspect: Black male, 30-40 years old, dark complexion, thin build, approximately 6 feet tall with short black hair and a beard. He was driving a black four-door vehicle with a silver/chrome back bumper and two horizontal silver lines/striping down both sides of the doors.

About 30 minutes later, a man approached two girls in the 4800 block of Village Fair Drive. The children ran away and were unhurt.

Then, on Monday morning, police said a girl was approached by a suspicious man in the 3700 block of Kimballdale Drive near Tolbert Elementary School. The suspect chased her on foot for a short distance before he got in his car and left the scene. The child was not hurt.

Here is how investigators described the suspect in the second and third incidents: Black male, 25–30 years old, light complexion, short hair, clean-shaven, and tall. His vehicle was said to be a black, new-looking, four-door car with no front license plate, a silver/chrome grill and silver/chrome around the windows. It may have been an Acura.

Police urge anyone witnessing suspicious activity to call 911.

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