Appeal for witnesses after exposure - Bicester
Monday 21 July 2014, 2:10pm
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after an exposure in Bicester.
At around 7.30pm yesterday (20/7), two women aged 18 and 21 were in a wooded area in Bure Park Nature Reserve when a man approached them.
He exposed himself to them before leaving along the main pathway through the reserve.
The man was in his mid-thirties, white, around 5ft 6ins to 5ft 8 ins tall, with fair skin, short dark brown hair with a receding hairline and light stubble.
He was wearing a luminous pink polo top with a white and black horizontal line across the chest and tan-coloured shoes.
Investigating officer PC Nickie Harrison, from High Wycombe Local Area CID, said: “Although it is unlikely that any members of the public would have witnessed the incident itself, they may have seen the man walking towards or away from the offence location and may be able to identify him or provide details of where he went after he left the wooded area.
“There are believed to have been a number of members of the public walking dogs in the reserve at the time of the offence and the hope is that someone will recall seeing the man in his distinctive clothing.”
If you have any information about the incident please contact PC Harrison via the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101.
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