Man exposes himself to cyclist in alleyway

By Tim Clarke 24/04 Updated: 26/04 12:52

A MAN in a raincoat exposed himself to a cyclist in Worcester on Monday evening (April 23).

Police are appealing for help tracing the man who had his trousers pulled down and was touching himself in the alleyway which links Tolladine Road with Rainbow Hill at about 6pm.

PC Marcus Garland from Worcester police station said: "The victim in this crime is a young man in his 20s who was cycling through the alley on his way home when he encountered this man who exposed himself."

"The man maintained eye contact with the victim throughout the incident, which made the victim fear for his safety at the time."

The man who exposed himself is described as white, in his mid 40s, 5ft 4ins tall with short, dark hair which is thinning at the front and a narrow face with stubble on it. He was wearing a knee-length, bright red padded raincoat with a collar which may have contained a hood and was possibly wearing light blue jeans.

Anyone with information can call PC Garland on 0300 333 3000 or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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