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Hunt for pervert who flashed young girls

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: January 10, 2013

By JAMES BRINDLE

10/01/13 Area where flashing incident took place - Wooded area, Derby Road,, Woodville
Area in Swadlincote where flashing incident took place
Location of flashing incident, Derby Road, Woodville....

10/01/13 Area where flashing incident took place - Wooded area, Derby Road,, Woodville Area in Swadlincote where flashing incident took place Location of flashing incident, Derby Road, Woodville....

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POLICE are hunting a serial flasher who exposed himself to teenage girls in three incidents across Woodville.

Officers believe the incidents, which all took place within a 20 minute period on Tuesday evening, involved the same culprit, thoght to be riding a blue moped with L plates attached.

The first incident happened at 6.30pm when the 13-year-old female victim left Granville Stores in Swadlincote Road.

The girl and a friend walked out of the shop and saw a moped stopped on the road and the male rider exposed himself to the pair.

They quickly turned round and made their way back to the shop and told the shopkepper what had happened.

The flasher was described as a white male, aged about 17, about 5ft 5in tall, slim, wearing a black jacket, grey tracksuit bottoms and a dark blue motorcycle helmet.

A second incident happened nearby in Bernard Street, again at around 6.30pm on Tuesday evening.

On this occasion a 15-year-old girl saw a male described as 5ft 4in tall and in his late teens expose himself.

The final incident saw a 16-year-old girl, walking past a wooded area on Derby Road between Swadlincote Ski Centre and the Tollgate Island in Woodville at 6.50pm, see a man who was naked from the waist down stood at the edge of the woods.

Anyone with information should contact Derbyshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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