Police renew appeal after child (9) victim of indecent exposure in Market Deeping

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Police looking to trace witnesses to a flashing incident in Market Deeping on Friday have renewed their appeal.

A spokesman said: “We are appealing for anyone who may have used the alleyway off Tattershall Drive, that runs parallel to Chatsworth Close and joins onto the end of Kesteven Drive, in Market Deeping at any time during daylight hours on Friday, August 5 to come forward. Please call us urgently on 101.”

SATURDAY: 10.05PM: Police are appealing for witnesses after a nine-year-old child was the victim of an indecent exposure incident in Market Deeping.

The child was in the alleyway that runs between Kesteven Drive and Tattershall Drive at around 4pm yesterday when approached.

The suspect has been described as a young man of normal build with blond hair swept back and a squeaky voice with a slight American twang to it. He wore black framed glasses, a black T-shirt and black jeans and was riding a black, green and grey bicycle.

Other features of the bike are that it was mainly black with grey dots, grey handlebars and green stripes.

Officers did recover a green ‘Emmelle’ bicycle from the alley and are now seeking help of anyone who may have witnessed or heard the incident, saw the suspect fleeing the scene, or recognises the description of either bike.

Call 101, quoting incident 305 of August 5.