Police have appealed for information following a series of indecent exposures reported in Warwickshire which they believe are linked.
The four incidents took place in Leamington and Warwick between February and March.
A spokesman for Warwickshire Police said at each incident the suspect approached women and spoke to them before exposing himself.
There have been no reported physical assaults.
Officers have released a map showing the location of the four incidents.
They were reported at:
- Around 6.40am on Thursday February 25, by the junction of Franklin Road and Landor Road, Whitnash. Incident 318 of February 25.
- Between 5.45am and 5.55am on Tuesday March 2, on Gainsborough Drive near the junction of St. David’s Close. Incident 51 of March 2.
- At 5.45am on Tuesday March 16, on St Mary’s Road in the direction of Sydenham. Incident 43 of March 16.
- At 5.45am on Thursday March 25, by the walkway to Pericles Close by Ophelia Drive, Warwick Gates. Incident 40 of March 25.
The suspect is described as a tall male – between 6ft and 6ft 6ins tall – and believed to be aged in his 20s or 30s, with dark hair. It is thought he was travelling on foot.
Detective Inspector Ruby Nailor from Warwickshire Police said: “We have reviewed all of the above offences and currently believe they may have been committed by the same suspect.
“As such, we’re appealing to anyone who may have been in the stated locations at the time and witnessed any suspicious activity, or who may have dashcam or doorbell footage in these areas.
“Officers are conducting additional patrols in these areas and a number of enquiries are currently ongoing.
“If anyone has any information, please call 101 quoting the above incident numbers. Anyone who sees an exposure taking place is asked to call 999.”
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