SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento City Unified School District reported that an indecent exposure suspect was driving around a middle school and several elementary schools Monday.

Sacramento Police said they are investigating three separate incidents of indecent exposure. According to police, the three separate incidents involved three separate 12-year-old girls who were walking to Will C. Wood Middle School and reported the incident when they got to school. Police believe the same suspect is responsible for all three crimes.

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The district said they are working with Sacramento Police to make the public aware of the suspect, a white male with dark hair and thin build wearing a black shirt and black/red shorts, driving a black Honda Civic. The suspect was reportedly driving in the vicinity of Will C. Wood Middle, Peter Burnett, Elder Creek, and Camellia Elementary Schools.

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Police said in each incident, the suspect attempted to engage the girls in conversation. During the first incident, the suspect reportedly stayed in his vehicle and tried to show the victim porn or a cell phone.

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During the second incident, police say the victim observed the suspect “fondling himself” while he was inside the vehicle. In the last incident, the suspect reportedly exited his vehicle but did not approach the victim.

Police plan to have extra patrols in the area of the middle school Tuesday morning.

If you have any information about this suspect, please call 911.

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Investigators from the Sacramento Police Department encourage any witnesses with information pertaining to these incidents to contact the dispatch center at (916) 808-5471 or Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers at (916) 443-HELP (4357) or submit an anonymous tip using the free “P3 Tips” smartphone app. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.