GARLAND (CBSDFW.COM) – The Garland Police Department has released another image of the Good Samaritan who saved a six-year-old girl from a man who exposed himself to her in a parking lot on Feb. 13.
Department spokesman Joe Harn said the girl was separated from her mother while shopping at a Wal-Mart in the 5300 block of North Garland Ave. at George Bush Turnpike. She walked into the parking lot thinking her mom returned to the vehicle.
While there, a man approached her and asked if she was lost. Harn said the man and the girl walked between two vehicles, where he exposed himself to her.
The Good Samaritan noticed something was amiss and took the girl back into the store where she was reunited with her mother. Neither the suspect nor the Good Samaritan was on scene when authorities arrived.
On Monday, Harn said he believes identifying the Good Samaritan could be the key to breaking the case.
““Something raised suspicion with her, because pretty quickly you see her hook up with the pair, with the little girl and the guy,” Harn said Monday.
The girl was not injured during the incident, Harn said. If anyone has information about the woman’s identity or that of the suspect, Harn said to call the department at 972.205.2082.
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