Man flashes at two women

By Harriet Ernstsons Monday 03 March 2014 Updated: 03/03 11:28

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A MAN flashed at two women in separate incidents over the weekend.

The first happened in Chaddersley Close between 7am and 7.40am on Saturday (March 1) when the man indecently exposed himself to a women in her 60s who was walking her dog.

The second was in Coldfield Drive by the underpass near to Mickleton Close at 10.40am on Sunday (March 2) when he flashed at a woman in her 40s.

He was white, in his early 20s and of average height and build with the second victim describing him as having a pale and pasty complexion.

Both said the man was wearing a grey tracksuit top and bottoms and a hat and scarf covering his face. The first victim said the hat and scarf were dark while the second said the scarf was grey.

On both occasions, he talked briefly to the women and then made off by foot.

PC Emma Morton said: "Although the description of clothing differs slightly, both women have described the man and his manner as intimidating and it is clearly the same offender. The victims were both shaken by these extremely unpleasant incidents and West Mercia Police take any reports of this nature, which are rare, very seriously and a thorough investigation is now underway.

"I would urge anyone who saw this man in the area of Chaddersley Close or Coldfield Drive on the dates mentioned, or anyone who might recognise who the man is from the description to contact us."

Anyone with any information should call police on 101, quoting incident numbers 162s010314 and 228s020314, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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