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Teenager exposed himself during one of three suspicious incidents in Princes Risborough

| September 7, 2014

Police Light - 2014-03-22

A witness appeal has been launched by Thames Valley Police following several reports of suspicious incidents in Princes Risborough.

The first incident happened at around 2.50am on the morning of Saturday 6th September 2014 when a woman in her thirties was walking with a friend in Wycombe Road. A man started following the women and speaking to them. He then exposed himself before the victim left the area and called the police.

The offender is described as white, slim, in his late teens to early twenties and was wearing a dark coloured hoody.

At around 3.45am, also on the morning of Saturday 6th September 2014, a member of staff at a home in Princes Risborough discovered an unknown man in a resident’s room. When she entered the room and told the man to leave he exited via the window and ran away. No one was injured in the incident.

The man is described as white, in his late teens, with dark hair.

Shortly after this a resident in Woodfield Road, Princes Risborough saw a man standing on some scaffolding near their property and called police as they thought he was acting suspiciously.

Police believe the incidents may be linked as the description of the offender is similar in each case.

Det Insp Mark Baxter from Force CID said: ‘We had three reports of incidents in Princes Risborough in the early hours of this morning, all involving a man of a similar description. I would like to speak to anyone who can help us to trace this man. Officers are in Princes Risborough today conducting enquiries to establish the circumstances of these incidents. If anyone has any concerns or questions, please feel free to speak to them. These incidents were very distressing for the people involved, and we need to trace the person or people responsible. If you were in the area last night and saw or heard anything out of the ordinary, please contact me as soon as possible via the 101 number.

If you don’t want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

Further information can be found on the Thames Valley Alerts website.

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