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9/27/05

LISD Student Witnesses Lewd Act

A Lubbock elementary student witnessed what's being called a lewd act Tuesday afternoon. Lubbock Police are now looking for the suspect.

The child says the man committed a lewd act in front of her near Dupre Elementary in the 2000 Block of Avenue T. Lubbock ISD says the suspect is not a school employee. If you were in the Dupre area Tuesday afternoon and noticed anything suspicious, you're urged to call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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