Wednesday, 02 September 2015

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Police hunt motorcyclist who flashed at women

Police are hunting a flasher who indecently exposed himself to three different women in Gretna while out riding his motorbike.

The first reported incident was on Monday, May 5, when a woman walking by the old golf course at around 5.15am was passed by a motorcyclist.

She later saw the man – who was wearing a black coloured full face helmet and dark clothing – standing beside the vehicle, exposing himself to her.

A police spkesman said: “The shocked woman walked away after the incident.”

The man was described as being six ft tall, wearing dark clothing with a black back pack on his back.

Two similar incidents were reported on Saturday, May 24.

A woman walking her dogs at around 2.15pm near Loanwath Road said she was passed by a motorcyclist, who exposed himself shortly afterwards while standing beside the bike.

She said the vehicle was black and similar to a motorised scooter, with a large, black rear mudguard.

A similar incident was reported on the Old Graitney Road at 3.30pm the same day, with another woman passed and exposed.

She said the alleged flasher was wearing dark clothing and a black full face helmet and riding a black motorcycle under 150cc in size.
Anyone with any information can call police on 101 or phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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