Police appeal for information after indecent exposure-Blacktown

Police are appealing to the public for information after two separate reports of indecent exposure in Sydney’s west this week.

Police have been told a 26-year-old woman was walking with her 56-year-old mother and a toddler at William Lawson Park, Blacktown, at about 12.55pm Wednesday (29 July 2020) when a man began following them.

When the women turned around, the man reportedly performed a lewd act.

Officers attached to Blacktown Police Area Command were immediately notified and commenced inquires.

About 2pm on Wednesday, police received a second report that a person matching the description had also exposed himself and performed a lewd act at Timbertop Reserve, Blacktown.

Following inquiries, police received another report from a man walking his dog at Timbertop Reserve, Blacktown, after he noticed a person matching the man’s description acting suspiciously at about 12pm yesterday (30 July 2020).

After seeing the dogwalker, officers were told the man quickly began walking towards a white SUV parked on nearby Ollier Crescent.

Police–including an officer from the Dog Unit–conducted extensive patrols of the area; however, were unable to locate the man.

The man is described as having an olive complexion, aged 35 to 40 years, 165cm-175cm tall with short dark curly hair.

In the first incident, he was seen wearing a dark pants and a dark jacket with a fluorescent strip, while in the second incident he was wearing a hi-vis navy blue and yellow jumper, dark pants, a cap, long football socks and thongs.

As inquiries continue, police are looking to speak to the owner of a white SUV they believe may be able to assist them.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence.

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Police appeal for information after indecent exposure-Blacktown | Mirage News

Police appeal for information after indecent exposure-Blacktown

Police are appealing to the public for information after two separate reports of indecent exposure in Sydney’s west this week.

Police have been told a 26-year-old woman was walking with her 56-year-old mother and a toddler at William Lawson Park, Blacktown, at about 12.55pm Wednesday (29 July 2020) when a man began following them.

When the women turned around, the man reportedly performed a lewd act.

Officers attached to Blacktown Police Area Command were immediately notified and commenced inquires.

About 2pm on Wednesday, police received a second report that a person matching the description had also exposed himself and performed a lewd act at Timbertop Reserve, Blacktown.

Following inquiries, police received another report from a man walking his dog at Timbertop Reserve, Blacktown, after he noticed a person matching the man’s description acting suspiciously at about 12pm yesterday (30 July 2020).

After seeing the dogwalker, officers were told the man quickly began walking towards a white SUV parked on nearby Ollier Crescent.

Police–including an officer from the Dog Unit–conducted extensive patrols of the area; however, were unable to locate the man.

The man is described as having an olive complexion, aged 35 to 40 years, 165cm-175cm tall with short dark curly hair.

In the first incident, he was seen wearing a dark pants and a dark jacket with a fluorescent strip, while in the second incident he was wearing a hi-vis navy blue and yellow jumper, dark pants, a cap, long football socks and thongs.

As inquiries continue, police are looking to speak to the owner of a white SUV they believe may be able to assist them.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence.

/Public Release. The material in this public release comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here.