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Grandview Flasher on Minds of Parents This Halloween
GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS (Tara Morgan) -- There will be plenty of ghosts and goblins walking the sidewalks, but parents hope the elusive flasher will stay indoors.
There's been 12 exposure cases in and around the Grandview Heights community since June, but the flasher has been keeping a low profile in the last couple weeks.
But he's on the minds of parents on this Halloween Eve.
"It's something you think about but Grandview is a close community most of us know each other it would probably be a big mistake," said Max Camper.
Police will be patrolling the neighborhood.
Exposer or not, police say stay in groups, keep away from alleys and hold your cell phone close, especially teenagers.
"Definitely hopefully that he won't make an appearance and sooner or later they'll find out who it was and catch him," said Camper.
Police say don't be afraid to give them a call if you see something that doesn't look right.