Police search for man over indecent exposure in Abingdon and Kennington

Police search for man over indecent exposure incidents

Police search for man over indecent exposure incidents

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POLICE say a flasher exposed himself in front of four women in two days.

Police are hunting the man who they said exposed himself to two women in Norman Avenue, Abingdon, at 6.20pm on Sunday, July 27, and again in front of two more women in Sandford Lane, Kennington, at 1.50pm on Monday, July 28.

Thames Valley Police described the flasher as white, in his mid-20s to mid-30s, between 5ft 6in and 5ft 10in tall.

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