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Appeal to identify man wanted over exposure incidents on Enfield buses

Police are investigating incidents where teen girls were targeted by a man exposing himself and making sexual gestures on the 329 bus

CCTV of the man (inset) police wish to speak to in connection with two incidents on the 329 bus
CCTV of the man (inset) police wish to speak to in connection with two incidents on the 329 bus

Metropolitan Police officers have issued a CCTV image of a man they want speak to in connection with two indecent exposure incidents on buses.

At around 3.45pm on Tuesday, 7th November 2023 a man made sexual gestures toward two 14-year-old girls before following them on to a route 329 bus along Green Lanes. The girls got off the bus and called their parents to collect them.

Later that same day, at around 4.50pm, a suspect police believed to be the same man, exposed himself to a 15-year-old girl on a route 329 bus near Grenoble Gardens, Bowes Park.

Officers are treating these two incidents as linked.

Detective Constable Teresa Moore said: “I am asking anyone who recognises the man in this image to come forward and speak to police. Exposure is treated as a serious offence, and this is more serious still when committed against children.


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“If you know this man, or have any information to assist this investigation, please get in contact immediately.”

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or post on Twitter @MetCC quoting reference CAD 6722/07Nov23. Information can also be provided anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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