Police investigate after teenager allegedly indecently exposes himself to children in Saxmundham school field
Police are investigating after a teenager allegedly indecently exposed himself in front of a group of children in Saxmundham.
The incident happened on Tuesday, September 12 shortly after 1pm in Brook Farm Road when a male teenager was seen urinating against a fence outside a school field.
Three young children playing in the field challenged the teenager, who is reported to have indecently exposed himself before leaving along the public footpath.
The teenager is described as white, pale skinned with blonde hair.
At the time of the incident he was wearing a white or pink T-shirt, grey shorts, and was using a flip-style mobile phone which may have been red or black.
Police have asked for anyone who witnessed the incident, or recognises the person from the description to contact them as part of their investigation.
Call investigating officers on 101 with any information.
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