A 30-year-old man was arrested after police said he exposed himself to a woman at a Goodwill store in Wallingford on Monday.
A woman told police that she was shopping at the store, which is located 1145 North Colony Rd., when she made eye contact with a man, who was later identified as Meriden resident Mohamed Baakrime.
She said when she looked down, Baakrime had exposed himself and he continued to make eye contact with her as she walked away to alert Goodwill employees.
After she told employees, police said Baakrime fled the store before purchasing an item.
Employees were able to get the license plate number of Baakrime's vehicle.
Police said the incident was caught on the store's surveillance camera.
Baakrime was found at his Meriden home where he was arrested and later charged with breach of peace.
Police said Baakrime originally denied being even in Wallingford, but then later said he was responsible for exposing himself. He also confessed that it was not first time exposing himself.
Baakrime is expected to be arraigned at Meriden Superior Court on Aug. 22. He is being held on $5,000 bond.
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