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School on alert after possible Hyde Park flasher, police investigating

The man allegedly exposed himself to two students outside St. Mary School in Hyde Park Monday. (FOX19 NOW Photo/Michael Baldwin) The man allegedly exposed himself to two students outside St. Mary School in Hyde Park Monday. (FOX19 NOW Photo/Michael Baldwin)
The kids told officials a man in a dark sedan with front end damage to his car drove by and wasn't wearing any pants.  (FOX19 NOW Photo/Michael Baldwin) The kids told officials a man in a dark sedan with front end damage to his car drove by and wasn't wearing any pants.  (FOX19 NOW Photo/Michael Baldwin)
HYDE PARK, OH (FOX19) -

A Catholic school is on high alert and warning parents of a possible flasher.

The man allegedly exposed himself to two students outside St. Mary School in Hyde Park Monday.

Officials say the kids were walking home from school when the incident took place.

The kids told officials a man in a dark sedan with damage to his car drove by and wasn't wearing any pants.  

Nearby Cardinal Pacelli School in Mt. Lookout sent a letter to parents which said.

"On Observatory near Hyde Park Methodist, a stranger exposed himself to two St. Mary's students on their way home from school on Monday, just a couple blocks from our school. It is important that you speak to your children about the possible dangers when they are out and what to do if something like this would happen to them." 

Police told FOX19 NOW they are looking into the incident to see what exactly happened.

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