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Mildenhall: Police issue e-fit in bid to identify man who exposed himself to two teenage girls

18:24 08 April 2014

Police have released this e-fit likeness of a man who exposed himself to two girls in Mildenhall

Police have released this e-fit likeness of a man who exposed himself to two girls in Mildenhall

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Police are issuing an e-fit likeness of a man they need to identify after he indecently exposed himself to two teenage girls in Mildenhall.

The incident, which was reported to police on April 4, happened at about 11am on Saturday March 8 at a bus stop near to Clare Close on College Heath Road, Mildenhall.

According to the Suffolk Police, two teenage girls aged 15 and 16 years were standing in the street when they say a man on the opposite side of the road standing with his back to them. The man saw the two girls and turned around to face them before proceeding to indecently expose himself and carry out a lewd act.

The man then walked off down an alleyway into a housing estate towards Clare Close.

The man is described as white, about 5ft 8ins tall and aged in his 20s or 30s. He was of big build with a large stomach; he had dark short brown hair and stubble. He wore grey jogging bottoms with elasticated ankles and a waist length rain coat.

Anyone who has any information in relation to this incident or who recognises the man from the e-fit likeness and description should contact PC John Wilson at Mildenhall Police on 101 quoting MH/14/553 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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