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Haverhill: Police keen to trace jogger who asked to touch bottom of girl, 12

14:55 31 December 2012

Police want to trace jogger who asked to touch girl's bottom

Police want to trace jogger who asked to touch girl's bottom

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A JOGGER was reported to police after asking to touch a 12-year-old girl’s bottom.

The incident happened when the girl was walking her dog in Millfields Way, Haverhill, around 10.40am on Sunday.

Police said the jogger passed her before making the inappropriate comment. He then continued running.

Officers are appealing for help in tracing the man, who is described as white, slim, around 6ft tall and in his 30s. He had brown/greying spiky hair and was wearing a grey sleeveless running top and matching shorts with red stripes down the sides.

Call Pc Christian Thomas at Haverhill Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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