Osceola County deputies are searching for a man who they say exposed himself to three girls walking to school in Poinciana on Wednesday.
Deputies said the 12-year-old victim told them she was walking to school on York Court at 7:45 a.m. with two friends when the incident happened.
The girls were less than a mile away from school on York Court when the man, driving a faded, forest green four-door car, pulled up next to them, rolled down the windows and screamed, "Girls, look!"
The man was exposed and inappropriately touching himself, according to the report. The victim and her friends ran to school and reported the incident to administrators.
The man is described as a Hispanic male in his late 20's with black hair, dark brown eyes and a short beard. He was wearing a blue T-shirt, blue jeans and reflective sunglasses on his head, deputies said.
Some parents told Local 6 the school never told them about the flasher.
"I'm infuriated with the school right now, they're going to get a phone call from me first thing tomorrow morning," said Steve Andrews, who lives a street over from where the incident happened.
"What's going to happen to the next child? He may grab her, he may do things we don't even want to think about," said Sonia Ayala.
Ayala said she's thinking twice about letting her 11-year-old daughter walk home from school.
"What's going to happen to the next child? He may grab her. He may do things we don't even want to think about," said Ayala.
The flasher isn't believed to be the same man suspected in a Kissimmee police report from Tuesday, deputies said.
Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to contact deputies.