Police appeal for information after indecent exposure

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Police appeal for information after indecent exposure

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Police are appealing for information after a man exposed himself to a woman in the woods between Loddiswell and Woodleigh.

A woman was walking alone in the woods from the old Loddiswell train station towards Woodleigh at around 8am when a man approached her and spoke to her. A little while later, he exposed himself to her. 

The woman described the man as white, approximately 50-years-old, athletic build, with short white hair and wearing cargo shorts, a black jacket and running trainers. 
Police ask that if anyone can assist them in their investigation, or they think they can identify this man, use the 'Contact Us' button on their Facebook page and quote crime reference CR/032602/21. You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. 

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