Cumbria Police have released an image of a man they are keen to speak to in connection with a number of indecent exposure incidents in the Keswick area.
According to police a man exposed himself to a woman and children on separate occasions.
Around 9:30pm on the 2nd October a man followed and then exposed himself to a woman who was walking alone towards Blencathra Street.
At the end of the school day on the 3rd October a man exposed himself to children leaving school, in the area of Brundlholme Road and Crossthwaite Road in Keswick. The children were not approached by the man.
Anyone with information is asked to call Cumbria Police.
“I would like to hear from anyone who believes they may know the identity of the man portrayed in this EvoFIT computer generated image, or anyone who may have any information as to who is responsible for these incidents.”
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The town hosted the Morris Federation's annual gathering, bringing the sights and sounds of this ancient form of dancing to the streets of Cumbria.
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Keswick now has one of the first ice climbing walls in the country.
It's designed to get more people into winter climbing, on frozen crags and waterfalls.
It's at the King Kong Climbing Centre, in Keswick.
A 70-year-old man's been treated by Air Ambulance medics after he became unwell while walking on a Cumbrian fell.
The Great North Air Ambulance was called to Catbells near Keswick at around 1pm today.
The man was later taken by an ambulance to hospital where he's in a stable condition.
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Police were called on 7 September 2014 after a body was found on a lakeside path at Brandlehow Park.
Mr Hartill's death is not being treated as suspicious.