Man exposes himself to father and daughter at Allen Park Lowe's

A trip to the Lowe's store in Allen Park turned into a very creepy encounter for 41-year-old Will Hunter and his 7-year-old daughter.

"He could've been following us through there the whole time," Hunter said.

Hunter says around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, he stopped by the store with his young daughter and walked in to grab a cart. That's when he noticed a man standing by the hand sanitizer.

"He turned around and he had his back was to us and I noticed him then but nothing seemed odd. He was just using a wipe," he said.

Grabbing what he needed and leaving the store through the Garden Center, that's when Hunter says he quickly spotted the man again, walking toward them through the parking lot.

"He was walking out and had his full genitals exposed out of his pants," he said. "He was excited."

Hunter says the stranger kept walking with his focus on them and keeping his pace steady with theirs. Hunter blocking him from his young daughter's view.

Rushing to his truck and getting his daughter inside, Hunter watched the man get into a newer, gold Ford Fusion. Hunter says after calling 911, he followed the man from a couple of car lengths back into one of the nearby neighborhoods.

Allen Park police say the plate is registered to a person who doesn't match the description of the man, encouraging anyone who may know who he is to call them.

According to Hunter, the suspect is described as white man, between 45 to 55 years old, shaved head, and did not appear to be homeless.