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Salmon Arm RCMP identify flasher suspect

Salmon Arm RCMP have now identified the suspect after an incident where an older man is alleged to have exposed himself to some girls playing at the Canoe playground on Sunday.

“With the description that we had, we have identified an individual and are continuing our investigation into the incident,” said Staff Sgt. Kevin Keane on Tuesday.

The suspect has not been arrested or charged with a crime. He will not be identified unless formal criminal charges are filed.

The suspect was described as being in his 60s with a thick white moustache and white hair. He was wearing a white Tilley hat, a white shirt and blue jeans.

The man was driving an older model, burgundy, Chevy S-10 truck, with a white canopy.

Police confirm the man spoke to a number of the girls and gave them coloured markers.

If anyone has additional information on the incident, contact the Salmon Arm detachment at 250-832-6044.

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