Kimberworth flasher targets teenagers

By Naumaan Farooq | 12/05/2010 0 comments

Kimberworth flasher targets teenagers

POLICE  are hunting a sex pest who exposed himself to two teenage girls in Kimberworth.

They have released this e-fit picture of the man they are looking for.

The girls, both aged 14 and from the local area, were walking together near the junction of Roughwood Road and Simmonite Road in Kimberworth Park at about 10pm on March 22 when they noticed a man standing with his trousers pulled down.

It is reported that the man spoke to the girls and appeared to perform a sex act in front of them. He then fled the scene in the direction of Wheatley Road.

Police are treating this as an isolated incident and stress that although the girls were shocked by the experience, the suspect made no attempt to touch or threaten them in any way and may have been drunk.

The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 32 -35-years-old and about 5ft 7in - 5ft 8in tall.

He iwas of medium build with short black or dark brown hair and with a local accent. He was wearing dark blue or black jeans and a black long-sleeved jumper.

Police would like to speak to anyone who can identify this man or has any information in connection with this incident.

Contact Sergeant Chris Conway on 01709 832 067 or e-mail:  or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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