Waldo woman says man flashed her as she walked along Trolley Track Trail

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Waldo woman says a stranger exposed himself to her while she walked along a popular Trolley Track Trail in her neighborhood.
Now, police are trying to track down the man.

"I just couldn't believe it. When he first approached me, he waived and smiled. I thought he was strange," said Jaime Mils about the man she says twice exposed himself to her as she walked along a popular trolley trail in her Waldo neighborhood.

"I mean it disturbing. It was 11 o'clock in the morning, it was a beautiful day outside and about six other people were on the trail. I even saw a mother with her young child and I just thought what if he would've done that to them?" expressed an angry Mills.

Mills says she had never seen the man before.

"He was African American. He wore a white dress shirt, a black vest, black pants and he had on a waiter's type apron around his waist. He also had a ponytail, was about 30 years old and he was about six feet tall. I immediately called police after he did it again," the 31-year-old Mills told FOX 4's Robert Townsend during an exclusive interview Wednesday afternoon.

Jaime says in addition to exposing himself to her the stranger touched himself in an offensive way right in front of her.

"I'm so glad I had my cell phone with me. I grabbed it and called police. By that time, he had just casually walked towards 85th and Wornall like it wasn't a big deal. I just want my neighbors to pay attention to their surroundings and be aware that he's out there and be on the look out as police try to track him down," added Mills.