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Police in hunt for Colne flasher
1:21pm Thursday 26th September 2013 in News
POLICE hunting a flasher after two indecent exposures in Colne have released images of a man they want to trace.
The first incident, on September 12, happened at around 9:30pm when a woman was approached by a man at the top of Exchange Street. The offender touched the woman’s arm before exposing himself.
The second incident was two days later in Albert Road, near Bargain Booze.
A man approached a woman and exposed himself to her before following her towards the Skipton Building Society.
The CCTV shows a white man at the junction of Chapel Street and Albert Road wearing black tracksuit clothing, although the tracksuit appears white or silver in the images.
Detective Sergeant Phil Pilkington, from Pennine CID, said: “Although the two victims were not physically hurt, they have clearly been left shaken. We need to find the men responsible and bring them to justice.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Colne police on 101.
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