Humberside Police have issued a warning to the parents and colleagues of a suspect following three separate flash incidents in the wooded beauty district of Beverley Westwood, Hull.
Image: Humberside Police)
Police are on the lookout for a hunter who showed up to strangers in the woods three times in two weeks.
Humberside Police received three separate reports of indecent exposure from members of the public at the Beverley Westwood beauty site.
Three incidents occurred on February 26, March 12 and March 13, Hull Daily Mail reported.
There will be additional patrols in the area as part of the investigation.
Parents and carers are also encouraged to be aware of any unusual activity while in Westwood and report it directly or at their non-emergency number, 101.
A spokesman for Humberside Police, said: “Following several reports of indecent behavior on Beverley Westwood, an image matched the description of a man we wanted to speak to, being shared with the community.
“We are asking anyone who thinks they know this person to contact us as a priority.
“According to reports, three individual incidents took place on February 26, March 12, and March 13.
“All three incidents took place in the vicinity of Newbald Road and Walkington Road (a wooded area).
“While our investigation continues, the community will observe an additional police presence in the area in the coming weeks.
“Parents and carers are encouraged to be aware of any unusual activity while in Westwood and report it in person or via our non-emergency number, 101.
“If you can help us with our questions, or the site sounds like someone you know, please contact us on non-emergency 101, quoting 16/28677/22.”
Police urge anyone who thinks they know the person to contact them as a preference quoting 16/28677/22.
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