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OPP are on the lookout for a man who was reportedly walking around naked in the Lakeshore Conservation Area in Windsor, Ontario recently, according to Windsorite.
The man is described to be white, around 30-years old, 160 pounds, clean shaven and has numerous tattoos. He was wearing camouflaged shorts, a green tank top and a ball cap while seen leaving the area.
He was first seen by a man who was walking his dogs along a path in the Lakeshore Conservation Area around 8 pm on April 27, 2020. The two men exchanged words before parting ways. Later, the same man spotted the suspect, now dressed and getting inside his vehicle in the parking lot.
The suspect allegedly showed the dog walker a weapon before leaving.
The vehicle is described as a green Toyota or Honda sedan, 4-door, with blue license plates starting with CMEH. A sticker of the brand "Realtree," a camo-clothing company, was centred on the rear window. The image is of a deer's head and antlers.
The OPP Essex County Crime Unit is asking anyone who may have information regarding this incident or the identity of the involved person or vehicle, to contact the OPP at 519-723-2491 or 1-888-310-1122.