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Kent Police release poster to catch flasher who exposed himself near Highworth Grammar School and The John Wallis Academy in Ashford

19 February 2014
by Suz Elvey

New information has been given to police about the Ashford schools flasher after posters were delivered to schools.

The poster features an image of a white van similar to the one officers believe the sick pervert was driving when he exposed himself to children as young as 11 close to two of the town’s schools.

It also shows four efit images based on witness descriptions of the flasher and advice on how to stay safe including sticking to well-lit, busy areas and not being distracted by an MP3 player or mobile phone.

Police circulated this poster in a bid to catch the Ashford schools flasher

Police circulated this poster in a bid to catch the Ashford schools flasher

The man, thought to be white, aged between 20 and 30, with short blond or brown hair, was seen three times near Highworth Grammar School, Quantock Drive, on weekday mornings and once near The John Wallis Academy, Millbank Road, on a Saturday, all last month.

Highworth Grammar School for Girls

Highworth Grammar School for Girls in Ashford

The John Wallis Academy in Ashford

The John Wallis Academy in Ashford

Police spokesman Jane Walker said: “We have circulated the appeal poster to schools and have had information provided as a result of the poster and coverage in the Kentish Express, which officers are going through.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Det Sgt Steve Mart on 01303 289140 or Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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