Men bailed following arrests in connection with indecent exposure incidents

West Midlands Police has now updated their press statement from yesterday,(26th July 2012) relating to their arrests in connection with the flashing incidents in Brownhills and North Walsall.


Police in Walsall are continuing to investigate a series of indecent exposures across the Walsall, Brownhills and Aldridge areas.

Two men who were arrested on suspicion of indecency have been bailed with conditions while enquires are ongoing.

A 22-year-old Aldridge man was arrested on Tuesday 24 July and was later bailed pending further enquiries.

A 46-year-old man from the Chase Town area who was arrested on July 25, was bailed yesterday while enquires continue.

Since March, there have been 16 reports of a man exposing himself to women and children across the Walsall, Brownhills and Aldridge areas.

Inspector Felicity Keane, from Aldridge police station, said: “We are treating these incidents extremely seriously and these arrests are the result of a policing operation which was set up in response. Our investigations indicate that more than one person is responsible for the indecent exposures across these areas.

“At no time has any physical contact been made with any of the victims, however clearly the victims have been alarmed and distressed by these incidents.”

“Our investigations and we are urging further witnesses to come forward. Members of the public should continue to be vigilant. Witnesses to such behaviour should contact police immediately using 999. Calls will be treated as a priority, and calling immediately provides the opportunity to locate and arrest offenders at the scene.”

Walsall Police are also interested if anyone has been a victim previously and have not reported it. In this case please contact the police on 101.

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Any information? lease call Walsall Police on 0345 113 5000 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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