Man exposes himself to teenager

By Tim Clarke 27/02 Updated: 28/02 11:47

A MAN exposed himself to a young woman as she walked along an alleyway in St John's.

The teenager was walking along Mecco Alley when she noticed a man behind her at about 1pm on Wednesday, February 22.

She then spotted a second man in front of her who had his trousers undone and was exposing himself to her.

PC Dan Fenn, from Worcester Police Station, said: "From the way they were behaving, the victim believes these two men were known to each other and if anyone recognises their descriptions or has seen them hanging around Mecco Alley, then please get in touch."

The man who exposed himself is described as white, about 30 years old, 5ft 4ins tall, with a stocky build and had a shaven head. He was wearing light-coloured jeans and a denim jacket.

The second man was black, also about 30, 6ft tall, of a broad build, and had his hair in an afro style around an inch in length. He was wearing a navy blue tracksuit and was carrying a Tesco carrier bag.

PC Fenn can be contacted via the non-emergency police number 101 or information can be passed on anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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