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Gwinnett police searching for suspect also linked to alleged sexual crimes in Dawson County
Suspect search 2022
Photo courtesy of Dawson County Sheriff's Office.

The Gwinnett County Police Department needs the public’s help in identifying a male accused of allegedly exposing himself and committing acts of sexual battery on multiple victims in different locations around that county, according to a July 25 press release. 

This same male, described as a white male approximately 5’8”-5’10” between 175-200 lbs. with small, decaying teeth, is also being investigated for similar allegations in Dawson County and other jurisdictions, the GCPD release stated.

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Authorities are also looking for that man in relation to multiple alleged instances in the North Georgia Premium Outlets area throughout October 2021. At that time, victims reported a man for either allegedly rubbing himself against them or allegedly exposing his genitals. 

In Gwinnett, the suspect is accused in two different incidents that took place earlier this year. On March 17, he allegedly entered the Clothes Mentor store in Buford. The victim from that instance stated they assisted the suspect in the store when the man allegedly rubbed his body on them while exposing his private parts, according to the GCPD release. 

It’s not known whether the man left on foot or via vehicle after exiting the store. Then on July 6, the man was supposedly involved in an incident at the Mall of Georgia’s Vans store. 

The suspect allegedly rubbed his body on the victim and exposed his private parts. When the victim alerted co-workers, the man fled the store on foot into the mall. 

Witnesses are encouraged to call GCPD investigators, DCSO or Atlanta Crime Stoppers with any helpful information. People can contact DCSO at (706) 344-3636 or Gwinnett County Police Department detectives at (770) 513-5300. 

Tipsters who want to remain anonymous can contact Atlanta Crime Stoppers at (404) 577-TIPS (8477) or visit Crime Stoppers tipsters can receive a cash reward for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case.