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Woodbridge: Search for man who watched woman get dressed

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POLICE need to find a man who watched a woman getting dressed through a window.

The incident happened at a home in Ipswich Road, Woodbridge, yesterday at around 7.15am when a woman in her 30s was getting dressed in an upstairs bedroom which is not overlooked.

She was naked when she glanced out of the window and saw the man standing in her back garden staring at her.

She quickly got dressed and went out to confront him.

The man, who had two dogs - one tan in colour with long hair and the other black and possibly a Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross - then became abusive towards her and would not leave the garden.

She called a male relative who came to escort the man, who kept talking to himself, from the garden.

The man is white, in his 40s, with a ginger/grey straggly beard and ginger hair. He was wearing a khaki jacket and carrying a white bag.

Police need to trace a man – described as white, in his 40s, with a ginger/greyish straggly beard and gingery hair who was wearing a khaki jacket and carrying a white bag – after an incident at a home in Ipswich Road in Woodbridge around 7.15am yesterday, Thursday 20 September.

Anyone with information should call Pc Clark on 101.

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