Langley Mounties are hunting for an Aldergrove flasher

A man in a white panel van hailed down two teenage girls Tuesday afternoon, exposing himself to one.

Mounties need help finding a young man with short brown hair and spiky stubble, driving a white panel van – with orange or red lettering on the side – after he exposed himself to a teenage girl Tuesday in Aldergrove.

At approximately 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 11, two teens were walking east on 29th Avenue, in the 26700 block, when they were approached by a man in a westbound white panel van.

The man asked for directions, explained RCMP Cpl. Holly Largy.

“He then said something else, which couldn’t be understood. One of the girls approached the van, and the male exposed himself to her,” Largy elaborated.

In further description of the van, the girls believe the rear side windows were black, and there were no windows in the back doors.

The man, described as Caucasian, was wearing a long sleeved green shirt, reddish graduated sunglasses, and black pants.

Anyone with information about this individual, or this investigation, is asked to call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200. Or, to remain anonymous, people can contact CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477,, or text BCTIP and a message to CRIMES (274637).


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