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Medway police issue warning after flasher 'exposes himself to female dog walker' in Rochester

29 January 2014
by Chris Hunter
Police are hunting for a man who reportedly flashed at a female dog walker in Rochester.
 
The man, thought to be in his early 30s, is said to have exposed himself to a woman in her 40s as she was walking on a grass bank in Friston Way.
 
Police today launched an appeal for witnesses and urged other women in the area to be vigilant.
Police are investigating reports of a Rochester flasher

Witnesses are being sought to a Ramsgate dog attack

 
 
PC Nick Peabody, from the Medway neighbourhood policing unit, said: "The female victim was very distressed about the incident, and is now trying to block it from her mind.
 
"She does recall seeing another woman walking a dog in the area shortly after the incident, as the victim called out to this other woman to warn her about the man being nearby.
 
"We would like to warn other females in the area to be vigilant."
 
The flasher was described as white, aged 30 to 34 and about 5ft 9ins.
 
He had dark brown shaved hair, a clean-shaven face, was of medium build and wearing a long black coat and black trousers.
 
Anyone who can help with the investigation is asked to phone Kent Police on 01634 792525, quoting crime number XY/2339/14.

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