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OC Trail, Parked Cars Littered With Pics of Male Genitalia
Women exercising and relaxing at Anaheim Hills' Toyon Park have been finding sexually explicit photos left on the trail and on their parked cars, according to ABC7.
One woman describes returning to her vehicle after working out to find a set of photos of male genitalia left on her windshield; her friend reports finding more of the same strewn along the popular running trail.
While community members are circulating e-mail warnings to park users, authorities are hoping someone can help identify the suspect or suspects, and are looking to the photos themselves to see if the images offer any clues about the subject or suspect's identity. Authorities have expressed fear these photos are just a starting point, and that "the suspect will become more aggressive."