Posted: Tue 12th May 2015

Police appeal for information following two indecent exposure incidents on the A547 Rhuddlan to Meliden Road

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, May 12th, 2015


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An appeal for information is being made following two separate incidents of indecent exposure which happened on the A547 Rhuddlan to Meliden Road.

The first incident happened at 5.40pm on Wednesday, May 6, whereby a male exposed himself to a woman motorists who was driving along the road.

The second incident is believed to have happened at around 9.45am on Saturday, May 9 where a male gained eye contact with a female driver and exposed himself.

Police believe the incidents are linked and are appealing to anyone with information or who was driving along the particular section of the road and witnessed anything to contact officers.

The man is described as white, between around 5ft 6’ and 6ft tall, of average build, of fair complexion, and is believed to be aged between 16 to 20 years. He was further described as clean shaven and wearing rimmed glasses, and in regard to the incident on May 9 was wearing a grey coloured jogging bottoms and a hooded top.

PC Lynne Dunkley said:

“Our inquiries are continuing into both incidents. I’m keen to speak to anyone who was travelling along that particular section of the road at around the time of the incidents on May 6th and 9thto please get in touch. Similarly, I’d like to hear from anyone may recognise the individual from the description released or has information which may assist us to please get in touch with me or my colleagues at Rhyl police station.

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Anyone with information should contact PC 2980 Dunkley or her colleagues at Rhyl quoting ref RC15065859. Alternatively, individuals can contact Crimestoppers anonymously with information on 0800 555 111.

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