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A man is said to have run off after police were called when he was seen outraging public decency in Radnor Park, Folkestone

22 February 2014
by KentOnline reporter

Police were on the scene

Police are investigating an alleged attack on a 19-year-old girl in Snodland

 Police were called after reports that a man was seen exposing himself at a park near a primary school.

The incident happened at the duck pond at Radnor Park in Folkestone yesterday afternoon, which is a short distance away from Stella Maris Primary School in Parkfield Road.

He is said to have run off when he heard police sirens approaching.

The man is described as white with grey hair, between 40 and 50, and was wearing a black t-shirt with white writing on it and light blue jeans.

One woman, writing on Facebook, said of the incident: "Please keep an eye out and look after your children. Stella Maris School is very close by and the kids are all on half term."

If you can help, contact police on 101.


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