Hunt for flasher who targeted woman in Gladstone Park
- Credit: Archant
The hunt is on to find a flasher who exposed himself to a woman in Gladstone Park.
The victim was making her way through the open space in Dollis Hill when she noticed the man on the north side of the train tracks between a tree and the railway line.
Brent Police are working the council and the parks department to look at ways of reducing crime in the area.
Areas of the park have been re-modelled and a Park Watch scheme which would involve the community is being considered.
Last January, Jordon Kagbo-Clarke, of Griffin Close, Willesden, who was then 19, was jailed for six-and-a-half years for carrying out a string of sex attacks and robberies in the park.
He was caught after officers carried out a surveillance operation in the park.
Anyone with information about the flasher who struck on February 10 at 7.45am should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
- 1 Women attacked on way home from night out in Wembley
- 2 Brent scheme helping people with disabilities after Covid
- 3 Ricky Gervais behind new benches for people grieving to 'talk and reflect'
- 4 'Grandfather of Kensal Rise': Barber Gee Artrey dies at 86
- 5 Aldi chocolate and yoghurts containing metal among recent recalled products
- 6 Wembley man who used child to sell drugs due in court
- 7 North London road and rail disruptions in the week ahead
- 8 Four adults and child rescued from roof as blaze destroys flat
- 9 West Hampstead and Kilburn up first for new team to battle fly-tipping
- 10 London to Hong Kong to Selfridges: Couple’s snack brand journey