Appeal: Man sought following series of indecent exposure incidents

Lone women indecent exposure incidents

The incidents have all involved lone women in Brent - Credit: Met Police

A man is wanted by police following a series of indecent exposure incidents across various locations in Brent.

Detectives have released images of a man they wish to speak to after multiple occurrences - all involving lone women - were reported between Tuesday, June 8 and Friday, July 8.

Monks Park Gardens in Stonebridge Park, Gibbons Recreation Ground in Neasden, King Edward VII park and Bruce Road are among the locations where women have been targeted.

Each incident took place in the early to late morning, Scotland Yard has confirmed.

Indecent exposure in areas of Brent between June 28 and July 8

The incidents have happened in the early to late morning between Tuesday, June 28 and Friday, July 8 - Credit: Met Police

Det Cons Lewis Jelley said: “We take violence against women very seriously and I would encourage anyone who recognises the man in the images to contact us."

The person sought is described as a white, 5ft 8ins, male who habitually wears dark clothes, glasses and a rucksack.

In all the incidents he has ridden a distinctive bicycle with fluorescent green markings.

Incidents reported in Monks Park Gardens, Gibbons Recreation Ground, Bruce Road and King Edward VII park.

Monks Park Gardens, Gibbons Recreation Ground, Bruce Road and the King Edward VII park are among the locations where incidents have been reported - Credit: Met Police

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Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.

Alternatively, tweet @MetCC - quoting reference CAD 3128/12JUL22.

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