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Encounters With Naked Man On Ashburn Trails Climb To Nine

© Leesburg Today - 07/27/2015

Two more sightings of a naked man were reported in Ashburn on Sunday. The incidents may be related to a string of exposure cases reported in the area beginning July 12, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

The most recent cases were reported on July 26 when an unclothed man was seen walking in the area of Ashburn Road and Louisa Drive around 3:40 a.m. A similar report came about 90 minutes later on Hay Road. In both cases, deputies established a perimeter and searched for the suspect on foot and bikes, and using thermal imagers. The suspect was not located.

A similar incident was reported Thursday, July 23, when two women were running in the area of Golden Meadow Circle and Ashburn Farm Parkway when around 9:30 p.m. an unclothed man jumped in front of them. One of the women reported having a similar encounter with the same man in the same area on July 21. She did not report that incident.

Similar incidents were reported by three separate victims on July 12. In all three cases the victims reported an unclothed man was walking in the area of Ashburn Farm Parkway and Golden Meadow Circle, as well as Claiborne Parkway and Wayside Circle. The three sightings occurred between 5:30 a.m. and 6 a.m.

One of the victims that day reported having a similar encounter with the same man three months ago in the same area. She did not report that incident.

The suspect has been described as a dark-skinned black man, approximately 40-years-old, 6 feet tall, with a muscular build and a shaved head. The subject has not made any verbal or physical contact with the victims and has fled the scene after being noticed.

Anyone with any information regarding the possible identity of the subject is asked to call Senior Deputy J. Merchant at 703-777-0475.

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