Monday, August 19, 2019 SEEKING INDECENT EXPOSURE SUSPECT August 19, 2019 $500.00 REWARD The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help in identifying and/or locating an Indecent Exposure Suspect. On August 16, 2019, just before 4:30 PM, deputies were dispatched to a sex offense that occurred at the Chevron Station off Highway 69 and Kachina Place in Dewey. The actions of this suspect were very brazen. Please help us find him. Deputies contacted the 20-year-old female victim who stated she had stopped at the Chevron station to get gas and while doing so, a male at another pump across from her was fully exposing himself. As she drove away, he made motions like he was masturbating. The suspect is described as either Caucasian or Hispanic, about 5’ 4” in height, 170 to 180 pounds, short dark hair with a light ‘shadowed’ beard. He was wearing a black shirt, sunglasses and either ‘short shorts’ or underwear which was black. The suspect made an effort to make eye contact so he could bring attention to his exposed genitalia. The suspect was driving a large white SUV, possibly a Toyota. The suspect followed the victim into the gas station and appeared to look directly into the victim’s vehicle as he parked at a gas pump across from her. Following the sex offense, the victim started pulling away and the suspect immediately placed the gas nozzle back into the pump and followed her. Deputies discovered the suspect never actually purchased gas at that time and was pretending to pump gas. The suspect turned north on Highway 69 and followed the victim’s vehicle until out of sight on the video. The victim indicated the suspect trailed her into Prescott Valley where she lost sight of his vehicle. Deputies believe the suspect vehicle is an early 2000’s model white Toyota Sequoia, possibly a ‘Limited’ edition, with a moon roof and running boards. Anyone providing information that leads to the arrest of this suspect will be eligible for a $500.00 cash reward. To earn your reward you must call Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232 or submit a tip at yavapaisw.com. All calls are anonymous, and you never have to give your name.