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Amish Buggy

SADSBURY AND BART TWPS., Lancaster County, Pa. — State Police in Lancaster County are looking for the man they say exposed himself to Amish females Monday afternoon. The incidents happened in three different locations in Bart and Sadsbury Townships between 3:45pm and 5:15pm.

At 3:45pm at the intersection of Quaker Church Rd and Valley Rd, two Amish women traveling in a horse and buggy reported a man exposed himself from the car he was driving. Then at 4:30pm, an Amish woman and a 14 year-old girl in a pony cart reported a man in a car exposing himself on the 7100 block of White Oak Rd. At 5:15pm, a 58 year old woman and a 13 year-old girl riding in a horse and buggy at the intersection of Noble Rd and Quaker Church Rd.

The suspect is described as a smallish fellow- 5’7- 5’10 tall, thin build, with short blond hair, driving a white or cream colored four-door sedan.

Anyone with information is asked to call PSP Lancaster 717-299-7650.