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Mildenhall: Boy exposes himself to young girl

Police appeal after boy exposes himself to young girl.

Police appeal after boy exposes himself to young girl.

A boy exposed himself to a young girl playing in her garden.

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The boy, thought to be aged between 12-14-years-old, was sitting on a wall by a path to the rear of a home in Hanmer Avenue, Mildenhall.

He then called out to the girl before climbing up against the back fence of the property and exposing himself through a hole and urinating.

The girl’s mother witnessed the incident and shouted at the boy who then ran off up the path towards Peterhouse Close.

The incident happened around 6:30pm on Friday June 6.

The boy is described as white, of chubby build, with short dark blond hair and wearing a red jumper.

Anyone with information should call Mildenhall Police on 101 with reference MH/14/896, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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