OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. - Parents in Kissimmee are on edge because another man reportedly exposed himself to young girls as they walked to school.
It's the fourth reported incident in recent weeks and none of those men have been caught.
On Friday, two students came forward and said they were confronted by a man as they walked to Kissimmee Elementary School.
Police still haven't released a sketch of the latest predator. They said they have to work with both of the young girls over the weekend to make sure they have an accurate sketch of him.
But finding any of these men could be difficult since we found out just how many pages of sexual predators live near the incidents.
Police said they are still working on the sketch of a man in his late 20's or early 30's, with a goatee and mustache, who approached a 10-year-old girl as she walked to school on Friday and asked what color her underwear
Police said another 10-year-old girl said that same man yelled at her, and then exposed himself inside his white SUV as she walked to school on Thursday.
But this is only the most recent incident in the last two and a half weeks of men inappropriately approaching girls on their way to school.
One man exposed himself twice to children in Poinciana, and another man molested a girl walking to her bus
stop less than two miles from Friday's incident.
WFTV found out how many sexual predators live around the area where the incidents happened.
A five-mile radius outside the school in Poinciana came up with 93 sexual predators. The two incidents that happened in Kissimmee, the bus stop and the school, came up with 163.
Police are stressing safety and asking parents to walk their kids to school.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Kissimmee Police Department or Crimeline at 800-423- TIPS.
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