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Sgt. Claudia Murphy, who supervises the Bellingham Police Department’s Family Crimes Unit, offers advice on what to do if you see a peeper or flasher. She advises residents to call 911 right away, and to get a good description of the suspect and where he’s headed. She also advises residents to keep their windows locked and drapes closed. robert.mittendorf@bellinghamherald.com
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