BSO Deputies Searching For Serial Pants Dropper

Broward Sheriff's Office detectives fear a man accused of exposing himself to a 14-year-old in Cooper City has more victims.

Pedro Raymundo was arrested last month after the girl came forward saying a man stopped his car in front of her in the 5200 block of Southwest 100th Avenue and asked for directions.

After she said she couldn't help, he allegedly dropped his pants and asked her, "do you like it."

As the 30-year-old drove away, she got his license tag number.

Investigators were able to track down Raymundo.

He allegedly confessed.

Just two days after his arrest on lewd and lascivious exhibition charges for the Cooper City incident, cops added an indecent exposure of sexual organs charge for a 2017 incident in Dania Beach.

They believe there could be more victims.

Anyone who feels like they were victimized is asked to call Cooper City Det. Christopher Neves at 954-435-2200 ext 275.

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