NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio - Two 11-year-old girls at North Olmsted Park for cheerleading practice say a man was standing outside the restroom exposing himself.
It happened Thursday around 6 p.m. The girls went into the restroom because one scraped her knee. When the other went outside, she noticed a black sporty car with tinted windows had pulled up so she went back inside the restroom.
Both cheerleaders then left the restroom together where they noticed a man near a dumpster exposing himself while smoking a cigarette.
The girls ran back toward the cheerleading squad and looked back to see the man staring at them. They told police he didn't leave immediately.
Embarrassed, the girls didn't tell their coach at first, instead telling their parents when they got home.
Authorities were advised that their presence is needed in the area.
Police continue to look for the suspect who's described as a white man, about 6-feet tall, in his 20s and unshaven.
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