a Deviant on the Prowl

Elmhurst Flasher Linked To Molestations

Still wanted for sexually abusing a pair of pre-teen girls within the confines of the 110th Precinct last November, the man behind those incidents struck again early on Monday morning, Aug. 6, exposing himself to a teenager on an Elmhurst street, police reported.

Law enforcement sources reissued on Tuesday night, Aug. 7, a composite sketch of the suspect, who is described as a 40-year-old Indian male standing 6′-tall.

According to authorities, the man approached a 13-year-old girl walking on Seabury Street at 7:45 a.m. Monday morning and flashed his penis at her. He then fled from the scene in an unknown direction.

The incident was reported to the 110th Precinct; the girl was not injured.

Following an investigation, police determined that the deviant in that incident groped two 12-year-old girls in separate incidents on local streets in November 2011.

Police said the first incident took place at 8 a.m. on Nov. 7 in the vicin- ity of 54th Avenue, when the perpetrator- who was behind the wheel of a white sedan-pulled up next to a 12-year-old girl walking in the area and asked if she knew of an address.

The youngster reportedly entered the suspect’s vehicle after he showed her a slip of paper with numbers written on it. Once inside the car, law enforcement sources noted, the suspect groped her genitalia.

Seconds later, the girl reportedly escaped from the vehicle and the suspect drove away.

About three weeks later, police said, the deviant struck again, molesting a 12-year-old girl in the vicinity of 55th Avenue at around 4 p.m. on Nov. 25.

In that incident, authorities noted, the perpetrator pulled up in the same white sedan, stopped the victim and asked her for directions. He also showed her a paper with numbers written on it.

After the victim told the man that she could not help him, the suspect reportedly groped her private area over her clothing, then fled from the scene.

Neither of the children in the molestation cases were seriously injured.

Police noted that the white sedan driven by the suspect had a green, white and orange or red flag sticker with an eagle in the middle on the driver’s side door.

The investigation into all three incidents is being conducted by the NYPD Queens Special Victims Squad, police said.

Anyone with information regarding the suspect’s whereabouts that could prove helpful is asked to contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1- 800-577-TIPS, by text message to 274637 (enter information, then the code TIP577) or online at www.nypdcrimestoppers.com.

All calls and messages will be kept confidential