Oaklyn police are looking for anyone who might have information on a pair of incidents that occurred within the borough over the weekend.
During the day on October 18, someone entered a home on Walnut Avenue was entered through an unlocked window and stole a television.
According to police, witnesses reported seeing a man exit a silver Nissan Altima along Walnut Avenue, knock on the door of the residence, and then walk out of view.
Some physical evidence was collected from the scene, but police are still seeking any additional information about the incident.
Then, around 4 p.m. on October 19, police reported that a pedestrian in the area of Newton and Capital Avenues was approached by a man in a burgundy Dodge Stratus who asked for help.
When the victim approached the vehicle, the driver allegedly exposed his genitals and then drove away. Although the victim was able to record the license plate of the vehicle, police are still working to confirm the identity of the alleged perpetrator. No arrests have yet been made.
Anyone with information regarding either incident is asked to contact the Oaklyn detective bureau at 856-854-0049, x6028 or 6030.