More flashing incidents reported in Brownhills – take care, folks

It seems there are reports circulating locally via social media of indecent exposure incidents. These complaints mainly seem to appear in summer, but one response on Twitter suggested the e-fit of the suspect wanted in connection with the Rising Sun incidents last winter was close to the description of the man involved in one of the recent incidents.

[twitter exchange removed by request – Bob]

Last week there were reports of local schools sending out warnings to parents by text about possible incidents, and today, Brownhills twitterer @Cazzie_m reported incidents in Ogley Crescent and School Avenue, in central Brownhills.

I noticed this on Facebook last week.

I obviously advise caution in the interpretation of the above reports, and have asked West Midlands Police for a statement. It goes without saying that this could lead further if the flasher isn’t nicked in time. Warn your kids to be sensible and take care. Lady dog walkers, avoid isolated places.

Anyone who’s witnessed anything suspicious, or thinks they have any information relating to these, or any other incidents please call Walsall Police on 0345 113 5000 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

As soon as I get any more information, I’ll post it here. Cheers.

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3 Responses to More flashing incidents reported in Brownhills – take care, folks

  1. S. says:

    Leave ittt to police 2 do???

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