Police warn of indecent exposure at Raleigh theaters

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Raleigh Police say to be aware of indecent exposure incidents at area theaters.

Raleigh Police are warning moviegoers, especially parents with children to be aware of a series of indecent exposure cases at area theaters.

Police are investigating several cases of indecent exposure at movie theaters across the Capital City.


Search warrants say police are looking into at least three and possibly more indecent exposure cases in Raleigh movie theaters.

They date from August 2015 through April.

The first happened at the Regal North Hills Theatre on Aug. 28.

The second was at the Rialto on Glenwood Avenue at Five Points on Jan. 16.

The third happened at the Blue Ridge Cinemas 14 on Blue Ridge Road just after noon on April 27.

The most recent one happened that same day, just four hours later at the Wells Fargo IMAX Theater at Marbles.

"It's kind of scary and gross," said theatergoer Jenney Perrey. "I don't know if I would avoid going to a theater because of it though because it's one of those things that you can find in life that people act in strange ways and you've got to learn to cope with it."

Police ask all moviegoers to report any suspicious behavior.

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