POLICE has issued an urgent warning to parents about an alleged mass photographer stalking a beauty site for the past two weeks.
Police have released a tailored image of a man they wish to speak to following “several” reports of indecent contact about Beverley Westwood of Beverley, East Yorks.
Three separate flashes are believed to have taken place on February 26, March 12, and March 13 between Newbald Road and the wooded area of Walkington Road, Hull Live report.
Humberside Police said parents and carers should be “aware of any unusual activity” in the area and only release one man’s electronic information related to all three reports.
A spokesman for the force said: “Following several reports of indecent exposure on Beverley Westwood, a similar photograph matching the description of a man we wanted to speak to was speaking. shared with the community.
“We are asking anyone who thinks they know this person to contact us as a priority.
“While our investigation continues, the community will observe an additional police presence in the area in the coming weeks.
“Parents and carers are encouraged to be aware of any unusual activity while in Westwood and report it in person or via our non-emergency number, 101.”
Anyone who may know the man, or has any further information about the flashes, is urged to call police on 101 quoting 16/28677/22.
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