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Man exposes himself to woman in a park in North Vancouver

Darpan News Desk North Vancouver RCMP, 13 May, 2022 03:42 PM
  • Man exposes himself to woman in a park in North Vancouver

RCMP are seeking public assistance to identify a suspect in their investigation of an indecent act. The suspect male is alleged to have exposed himself to a woman on April 22 at 6:35 a.m. near 245 W. Esplanade in North Vancouver.

The male was sitting on a bench at a bend in the pathway on the Spirit Trail in Waterfront Park, where it faces the water, and exposed himself as the woman walked past. The woman was physically unharmed in the incident.

The male is described as:

  • Caucasian
  • Grey hair
  • Blue eyes
  • 6' - 6'3"
  • 200-260 lb.
  • 57 yrs.
  • Unkempt appearance

In an effort to further the investigation, North Vancouver RCMP are releasing a composite sketch of the suspect.

Anyone with information about this incident, or who recognizes the suspect, is asked to call North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311. If you believe you see this person, call 9-1-1. Anyone who wishes to provide information but who wants to remain anonymous can contact CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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