Suffolk police back to square one in Bay Shore flasher incident

Suffolk police are back to square one in their investigation of a man who allegedly flashed two children at a bus stop Thursday.

Police officials say the top suspect, a man the victims identified in a photograph, was brought in for questioning. However, officials say the man, who was on parole for a similar crime, had a tight alibi and was not picked out of a lineup by the victims. He has since been released.

Authorities say the suspect remains on the loose and they are continuing their investigation.

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