Police investigate suspicious behaviour at North Brisbane

Have you seen this man?

Police are seeking further witnesses in relation to three reported cases of a man behaving inappropriately in Brisbane’s north.

On June 13 around 5.15pm a woman was exercising along the Cabbage Tree Creek walking tracks behind residential units near Handford Road in Taigum when she was approached by a man who engaged in conversation with her.

The man, who was not known to the woman, then grabbed her unexpectedly and made inappropriate comments.

The woman immediately turned away and was followed by the man for a short distance before he jogged away towards Roghan Road.

On June 21 a woman was walking along the Cabbage Tree Creek bike path in Fitzgibbon when she was approached by an unknown man from the opposite direction.

The man exposed himself to the woman before continuing along the pathway.

Around 6pm on June 24 a woman was walking along a pathway on Roghan Road, Carseldine between Dorville Road and Cowie Road when she observed a vehicle drive past her before conducting a u-turn.

The occupant of the vehicle, believed to be a man, then exited and began following her closely.

The woman fled the area and immediately contacted police. She did not see the man in order to obtain a description.

Investigations are underway to determine if the three incidents are linked.

The man in the first matter is described as approximately 25-years-old with an athletic/muscular build, clean shaven, 180cm tall, dark brown complexion, brown eyes, wearing a dark grey baseball cap, grey hooded jumper, white socks half way up shins, maroon baggy basketball shorts. He was also was wearing AirPod headphones and dark running shoes.

The man in the second incident is described at Indian in appearance about 180cm tall with a dark complexion, athletic build and unshaven but well-groomed face. He was wearing a grey tracksuit top and grey tracksuit pants with a green baseball cap facing backwards.

Police have released a comfit image of a male person they believe may be able to assist with inquiries and are urging anyone else who may have experienced something similar to come forward.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting or call 131 444.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day or call 1800 333 000.

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