Flasher targets dog walk woman

E-fit of the man police would like to trace in connection with an indecent exposure on Thornhill Avenue in Wheatley Hills.
E-fit of the man police would like to trace in connection with an indecent exposure on Thornhill Avenue in Wheatley Hills.
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Police have issued an e-fit of a man they want to interview about a flashing incident in Doncaster.

A pervert indecently exposed himself to a woman walking her dog in the Wheatley Hills area.

The woman was walking her dog along Thornhill Avenue when the man approached her from behind and said: “Excuse me, love.”

When she turned around, he was touching himself inappropriately.

The man then walked away down Thornhill Avenue, in the direction of the Tesco Express mini supermarket.

He was aged between 22 and 24 years old, had short brown hair and was of average build. He was wearing a long green coat and blue jeans.

The victim described the man as having a ‘vacant’ expression on his face when he committed the offence.

Anyone with information should call South Yorkshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 386 of January 15.

The Wheatley Hills incident - which happened at around 12.25pm on Wednesday, January 15 - is not being linked to a series of sexual assaults on teenage girls in other parts of Doncaster which were reported last year.

Girls aged between 11 and 16 were approached in areas around The Dome, Lakeside, Balby and Intake by a young man who touched them indecently.

South Yorkshire Police have not charged anyone in connection with those offences.