CRIME: Finding Your Stolen Stuff; Police Warn Residents to Beware of Northwest Flasher
Have you been robbed? If so, if you bring your police report to the 3rd Police District headquarters, you can see if it is in the police's recovered item surplus today.
From The Washington Post:
Jewelry, bicycles, electronic products, power tools and other items will be displayed 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the 3rd Police District, 1624 V St. NW. People planning to attend are required to have a police report or the report number, as well as a thorough description of the stolen items, serial numbers or photographs.
Be on the Lookout for the 'Serial Exhibitonist.' The Metropolitan Police is warning women and children to be on the lookout for a "serial exhibitionist" who has been showing himself off, you could say, in different parts of Upper Northwest. The Post reports that a man with "a potbelly and a hairy chest" has been exposing himself in American University Park and Tenleytown since April. Apparently, he's been exposing himself in the window of an abandoned Connecticut Avenue townhouse.