Woman flashed at in alleyway

By Harriet Ernstsons Tuesday 27 May 2014 Updated: 27/05 16:53

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A WOMAN was flashed at in an alleyway near Moons Moat Industrial Estate.

The incident happened at 6.40am last Thursday (May 22) at the back of Hillmorton Close which leads to Thornhill Road.

The victim, who is in her 20s, was walking with her head down as it was raining when she glanced up at a man standing at the side of the alleyway and noticed he was exposing himself. He spoke to her briefly but she hurried on without answering.

He had a local accent, was white and was in his mid to late 20s and it is believed he had blond, possibly shaved hair, and had light eyebrows. He wore a greyish top with the hood up, a white t-shirt, light grey jogging pants and white trainers.

Several other people are believed to have seen the same man loitering in the area shortly before.

Sgt Paul Reilly said: "No attempt was made to grab or follow the woman but she was obviously quite shocked by what happened. This is a route used by a lot of factory workers and we are hoping someone noticed this man making his way there or saw where he went afterwards."

Anyone with any information should call police on 101, quoting incident number 84-S-220514, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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