NOTE: This content is old - Published: Monday, Aug 19th, 2019.
Police have renewed an appeal for information following a report that a man assaulted a girl as she was playing with friends in a park in Shotton.
The incident happened at around 8.45pm on Tuesday August 13 on a the playing field along Shotton Lane, near the Edward Morgan Primary School when the 10 year old was playing hide and seek with friends.
A man is understood to have grabbed hold of the child as she was hiding in the bushes, but fled after she called for help and other children and a dog walker disturbed him.
A further detailed description has been given.
The suspect is described as in his 40’s, around 5ft 7ins tall with a thin build. His face is described as tanned and dirty with a long nose and thin eyebrows.
His teeth are described as dirty with some missing and one pointed and longer than the others.
He has brown greyish hair and a gingery brown beard.
The suspect also had cuts on his fingers and knuckles and a small cut near his thumb on one of his hands.
He was wearing a dirty dark blue hooded jumper and baggy blue-grey jeans and an “army green” baseball cap.
He was also wearing dirty white shoes, one of which was ripped and exposing his foot.
DI Eleri Thomas said; “We are appealing for anyone who recognises the description of the male or has any information as to his identity to contact us 101 or
quoting ref X116931.