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Police Issue E-Fit After Tetbury Incident
Cirencester police have released an e-fit image of a male who exposed himself to a woman in Tetbury during November.
The offender exposed himself to his victim, a woman from Tetbury, as she walked her dog along Railway Walk at around 4.30pm on Friday November 17th.
When the woman challenged the male he ran off.
He is described as white, in his late teens, around 5ft 10ins tall with a slim build.
He had broad shoulders and was wearing pale blue jeans and a black hooded top.
The description is similar to that of a male who exposed himself to a woman and two teenaged girls in two separate incidents in Cirencester on Friday December 1st.
At around 4.50pm the two girls had been walking past the scout hut on Cotswold Avenue when a male came out of the bushes and started following them.
He called to the girls who turned around to see that the male was exposing himself and masturbating.
He ran off towards the Watermoor area.
A short time later, at around 5pm, a 54 year-old woman from Cheltenham was returning to her car in Lavender Lane, Cirencester.
As she placed a bag in the back of the vehicle she noticed a male walk past her and loiter nearby.
When the male walked closer to the car the woman saw that he had exposed himself and was masturbating. The male then walked off.
Anyone who recognises the e-fit, or the description, is asked to call Cirencester police on 0845 090 1234, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting incident number 403 of November 17th.
: 11/12/2006 10:52:16
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