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Appeal over series of indecent exposures in Reading

Police want to speak to this man in connection with a series of indecent exposures Credit: Thames Valley Police

Police have released an image of this man, who they believe exposed himself three times in different locations in Reading. The incidents took place over over two days in September.

At about 8.15pm on Sunday 14 September, the first victim, a 50-year-old woman, was walking in Tilehurst Road when a man stood in front of her.

The man then exposed himself to the victim before walking towards Honey End Lane.

The second incident occurred in the wooded area of Balmore Park, Caversham, at about 8.15am on Monday 15 September.

The victim, a 15-year-old girl, was walking through the park when a man stood in front of her and exposed himself to her.

A few minutes later, two 12-year-old girls were approached by a man, who also exposed himself to them. Police believe the same man carried out all three offences.

The offender is white, about 30-years-old, average height and medium build, with dark medium length curly hair. He was wearing a black zip-up hooded top.

"If you have any information about these offences, or recognise the man in the e-fit or his description then please contact me immediately via 101. Offences such as these will not be tolerated by Thames Valley Police. We are investigating the offences thoroughly to bring the perpetrator to justice. If you don't want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court."

– Investigating officer, PC Stuart Keys of Local CID in Reading

Police investigate indecent exposure

Police are investigating after reports of a man indecently exposing himself to a 16-year-old girl in Romsey this morning.

The indecent exposure is believed to have happened between 7.30am and 7.40am at a cut-through between Selsdon Avenue and Winchester Hill, Romsey. The girl was unharmed and officers are treating this as an isolated incident

The male suspect is described as:

  • White.
  • Aged between 30-40 years-old.
  • 5ft 11ins tall.
  • Straight short brown hair.
  • Slim build.
  • Wearing a black raincoat.

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Appeal after man exposes himself to 15-year-olds

Police are searching for a man who indecently exposed himself to two teenage girls in Southampton.

The man was driving a small blue car when he exposed himself to two 15-year-old girls on Friday 28th February at 6.45pm.

The man offered the girls money and exposed himself to the girls on Oak Road and they ran off unharmed.

The man is described as white, between 25-30 years old, skinny and 6ft tall with brown spiky hair.

This is an isolated incident and we have not received any other similar reports. I'd urge anyone who recognises the description and knows of a similar man in the area, who owns or uses a small blue vehicle, to contact us."

– PC Lauren Dunkason

Police appeal for information from public after man exposed himself in park

Police are investigating reports of a man indecently exposing himself in Manor Park and in Arthur Street in Aldershot on 7 February. The man's described as white, with a round face and of a large build. He is average height and around 30 or older.

He was wearing a black padded coat, black trousers, sunglasses and a navy-blue baseball cap with a stripe logo along the peak. They're asking anyone with information to come forward.

Police release efit of indecent exposure suspect

Police have released this image of a man suspected of indecently exposing himself Credit: Hampshire Police

The man is described as:

  • White

  • Aged in his early 20s

  • 5 ft 3 ins to 5 ft 6 ins tall

  • Medium to stocky build

  • Short cropped dark hair

  • A slightly upturned nose

He was wearing:

  • Dark grey jeans and a dark grey hooded top.

Witnesses or anyone else with information are asked to contact Waterlooville police station by phoning 101. Mini-com users can phone 01962 875000. Information can be given anonymously by phoning the independent Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.