Flasher on Loose in Healdsburg

A man people don't know gives them more than enough ammo to ID him.

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    Cops in Sonoma County are on the lookout for a man in a light-colored car, after such an individual exposed himself to a woman on Monday.

    An unknown man with a penchant for unwanted exhibitionism interrupted the wine country calm in Healdsburg on Monday, the second flashing incident in as many weeks.

    Cops in Sonoma County are on the lookout for a man in a light-colored car, after such an individual exposed himself to a woman on Monday, according to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.

    The first incident occurred last week, when a "male driver... white and in his 40s" parked his vehicle alongside a curb and displayed his God-given wares to a pair of female pedestrians passing by, the newspaper reported.

    His vehicle is described as a "newer-model" Chrysler 300 sedan with tinted windows, according to police, who are urging witnesses to contact the Healdsburg Police Department at 431-3377. Future victims of the flasher are also asked to have pen and paper handy, the better to record the vehicle's license plate number.