KENNESAW, Ga. - Investigators are worried that a man accused of exposing himself in a national park and chasing women could do it again.
Cobb County police said two women were walking in Kennesaw Mountain National Park on Cheatham Hill Road when they saw a man nude from the waist down inappropriately touching himself.
Investigators said the man then charged toward the women, knocking one of them over.
The incident happened on April 23 at 3:15 p.m.
Police just released a sketch of the man and are looking for more potential victims.
Police said the man is white or Hispanic with light skin and 20-30 years old. He is around 6 feet 2 inches tall and 230 pounds, with a goatee and dark brown or black hair.
The two women said the man drove off in a faded red mid-1990s Ford pickup truck. They said he drove west on Dallas Highway toward Paulding County.
When caught, the man faces charges of public indecency and simple battery.
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