E-fit released as police hunt man who exposed himself to three teenage girls in Milton Keynes
Thames Valley Police officers want to speak to this man following a 'distressing' incident of indecent exposure.
An E-fit image of a man connected to an incident of indecent exposure in Broughton, Milton Keynes, has been released by the Thames Valley Police.
A man exposed himself to three teenage girls in Atterbury Park in what has been described as a 'distressing' incident.
The ordeal took place at around 2.30pm on March 29, at the park located just off H6 Childs Way, when a man appeared near some bushes in the park, and was exposing himself.
One of the girls called her father, but by the time he arrived, the offender had left, running away in the direction of Broughton.
The offender, as depicted in the E-fit image, is described as a white man, approximately five foot nine inches tall and of a skinny build.
He had brown and blond hair which was straight and messy, and covered his forehead, and stubble around his jaw. He was described as being aged in his late teens.
He was dressed in a white t-shirt, grey jogging bottoms, and black socks. The victims cannot recall if the offender had any shoes on.
Investigating officer, PC Sophia Hannelly, of Milton Keynes police station, said: “I am appealing for witnesses to this incident, which was an appalling and distressing incident for these teenage girls to have to experience.
“I’d also like to draw the public’s attention to our E-fit image.
“Do you think you recognise who is depicted in it? If you do, or have information on the incident, please make a report to us.
“You can do this by calling 101, reporting online, or if you want to remain anonymous you can call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, for 100% anonymity.”