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El Segundo police seek victims of man who allegedly exposed himself to females

Luis Alberto Godoy El Segundo police Tuesday were seeking possible victims of a 35-year-old man who allegedly exposed himself in front of two teenage girls and a woman in separate incidents.

Luis A. Godoy was being followed by officers Monday after the El Segundo Police Department received information from the victims. Officers cited Godoy for driving without a license and took statements from him indicating that he was involved in at least two indecent-exposure incidents and possibly more,  Lt. Raymond Garcia said.

"This a dangerous cat," Garcia told The Times. "We think he's done more serious things."

In the first case, on April 28, Godoy used his Honda Odyssey to block the path of two 13-year-old girls who were walking in the 800 block of Main Street and allegedly exposed himself, police said.  Godoy Vehicle

On May 30, Godoy allegedly stopped his Honda in front of a 40-year-old woman at a bus stop in the 900 block of Main Street and exposed himself, according to police. The license plate on Godoy's silver Honda is 4VYM749.

Garcia said police are seeking additional victims to present a strong case to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Erik Atkinson at (310) 524-2216.

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-- Robert J. Lopez
Twitter: @LAJourno

Photos: Luis A. Godoy and his Honda Odyssey. Credit: El Segundo Police Department

 
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