Worried dad slams police after daughters followed in Milton Keynes

A father of two is calling for more police action after a man made a sexually explicit comment to his daughters.

Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 4:38 pm
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 5:13 pm

The offender was in a car, ‘watching’ the 12 and 11-year-old girls who were walking home from Statonbury around 4pm on Sunday.

The girls entered the underpass leading to Bradville and the driver was waiting for them at the other side, he then asked if they wanted to see his penis.

The girls screamed and the man drove away and their father reported the incident to police.

Enraged father John White claims this is not the first time one of his daughters experienced this, he said: “A man exposed himself to my eldest not that long ago.

“I have seen Milton Keynes go downhill in the last few years with this type of crime but nothing is being done.

“I would have liked an actual police officer to have seen us, nobody has been round apart from a support officer.

“I’m disappointed and I feel let down.”

A Thames Valley Police spokesman, said: “Officers attended and searched the area, however no-one was located and neighbourhood officers were informed of the incident.

“The man was mixed race with brown hair, a red coloured top and grey tracksuit bottoms.”