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Rushmere: Man indecently exposes himself while cycling past female jogger in Lamberts Lane

PUBLISHED: 13:26 24 March 2014 | UPDATED: 13:27 24 March 2014

Man indecently exposes himself at female jogger

Man indecently exposes himself at female jogger

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A man indecently exposed himself to a 48-year-old woman in Rushmere St Andrew on Friday.

Police are appealing for help to trace the man after the incident at Lamberts Lane in Rushmere St Andrew on Friday.

The woman was out jogging around 8.30am on Friday morning, March 21, when she saw the man – described as white, aged between 20 and 40, about 6ft tall, of slim build, with short sandy-reddish coloured hair - who was cycling along.

The man, who was wearing a green or camouflage-type jacket and dark trousers, grinned at her and she then noticed he was indecently exposing himself.

The woman continued on her way.

Anyone who saw the man or who has any information about who he is should call Pc 1863 Little at Police Headquarters on 101, quoting reference WO/14/408.

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