Police arrest man over indecent behaviour at Stirling, South Australia

A Bridgewater man has been arrested following three incidents in the last week of man acting in an indecent manner at Stirling.

On Friday 23 October, police recieved reports from two women who had seen a man acting indecently at the Stirling Cemetery near Oxford Road, a short distance from the Aldgate Primary School.

Hill Fleurieu Police obtained statements from the victims including a detailed description of the male suspect.

Police plain clothes officers, attended the cemetery on Friday 23 October and again yesterday Tuesday 27 October, to attempt to locate the suspect.

Just before 2.30pm yesterday, a naked man was spotted by the plain clothes officers inside the cemetery. Police cordons were set up and a police dog patrol was called into search the area. PD Havoc tracked the naked suspect through scrub off Cumberland Road, where the was detained and arrested.

The 67-year-old man from Bridgewater has been charged with two counts gross indecency and one count of indecent behaviour.

The arrested man has been bailed with strict conditions to appear in the Mt Barker Magistrates Court on 18 November.

The police investigation is continuing, anyone with information on these or similar incidents in the Stirling area, is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000

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