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Apr 29, 2016 1:43 PM

UPDATE: Seabrook police still looking to ID man who exposed himself to teen in pizza shop

SEABROOK — Seabrook Police are asking Granite Staters to study a surveillance photo after a man exposed himself in the middle of a popular Seacoast pizzeria Monday night.

It was around 7:15 p.m. at Tripoli Pizza when two young girls - no older than 14, were at the counter ordering dinner. A man in a red sweatshirt then walked in and got in line. Surveillance footage then shows the man exposing himself on his way out of the restaurant.

"We’ve been getting leads on this guy since we posted his photo last night," Deputy Chief Brett Walker of the Seabrook Police Department said.

As of now, police have no other information on the man except for what he was wearing.

The video shows him revealing himself to two teens while he's standing behind a mother, and what looks like a young child.

"If I was there, it wouldn’t have ended good on my part," Seabrook resident Jason Bitomske said. "I mean I’m a dad. I have a daughter and a son and for him to do that in front of two young girls like that, hopefully justice gets served."

Other business owners are on high alert.

"We’re just going to keep our eyes open and make sure he doesn’t come in here," Karen Slez, co-owner of Ida Mae’s Deli in Seabrook said.

Seabrook police are asking for tips from the public and business owners.

"If they don’t catch him now he’ll probably blend in because there is about to be plenty of tourists here and he’ll probably get away with it," Bitomske said, who’s wife owns a business in Hampton. "There will be more tourists here and more people so more potential victims."

The Seabrook Police Department has been working closely with Tripoli’s staff during this investigation. Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect should contact Officer Dan Henderson at (603) 474-5200.

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