E-fits Released Following Indecent Exposures
Police are releasing E-fits after two reports of incidents of indecent exposure.
Officers can not rule out a link between the incidents, as descriptions from the victims are similar, as are the circumstances.
The first incident took place at around 7pm on Friday 27th June on Bamburgh Drive in Ormesby. A male exposed himself to two nine-year-old girls. The male is described as white, around 40 years old, of medium build with shortly cropped ginger hair and stubble.
He is described as having distinctly thin lips and he wore thick, black framed glasses with rectangular lenses and black, baggy knee length shorts. He was riding a light coloured bike which had toe grips on it.
The most recent incident took place at around 5.25pm on Monday 30th June on Bonnygrove Way in Coulby Newham.
Two nine-year-old girls were walking along a path near to Bonnygrove Way when they were approached by a man who exposed himself and rode off on his bike towards The Pastures.
The man is described as white, possibly in his 30s or early 40s, around 5ft 9 inches tall, medium build, shaved ginger hair, a pointed nose, freckles under his eyes and two prominent front teeth.
He was wearing a black sports top with a Nike flash, dark blue shorts with a Nike flash and white trainers. He was riding a black mountain bike.
Anyone with information regarding the identity of either of the men or anyone with further information regarding the incidents is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.