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Police appeal after man exposes himself to group of women by the River Stour near Kingsmead Road in Canterbury

16 December 2013
by Lowri Stafford

Police want help in identifying a man who exposed himself to a group of women in Canterbury.

The flasher is said to have indecently exposed himself in an area close to the River Stour, near Kingsmead Road on Saturday.

He is believed to have approached several women before revealing himself.

The man exposed himself near the River Stour

The man exposed himself near the River Stour

The suspect is described as white, with short, grey hair and was wearing white trainers and grey jogging bottoms.

Officers have arrested a man on suspicion of indecent exposure.

PC Colette Todd said: "Investigations have so far led us to make one arrest.

"However, we are still making further enquiries and I would urge anyone who may have been approached, or who saw anything suspicious, to contact us immediately."

Anyone who can help is asked to call police on 101, quoting reference ZY/037461/13, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. 


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