Indecent exposure in Brownhills: Police issue statement


Parts of Brownhills can be very isolated indeed. Take care, and please warn your children to do so, too. Imagery from Apple Maps.

Following reports of an indecent exposure incident that took place yesterday afternoon (Monday, 12th September 2016) as two schoolgirls were walking home in the Watling Street area of Brownhills, I have obtained the following statement from West Midlands Police.

I find it remarkable there is no description of the suspect as police have apparently yet to talk to the victim.

West Midlands Police issued the following statement:

Police have received a report of a man indecently exposing himself to a schoolgirl in the Watling Street area of Brownhills on Monday afternoon at around 4pm.

Patrols have been stepped up in the area and officers from the Brownhills neighbourhood team were out and about speaking to parents and children this morning (Tuesday 13 September).

Full details are due to be taken from the girl today and an investigation is being carried out.

Anyone with any concerns should contact Sgt Lee Nicholls and his team by emailing or, in an emergency, always dial 999.

Please be careful if you’re out and about in the area by yourself and warn your children not to travel alone and stick together; even in the middle of the day parts of Brownhills can be very isolated, so take care.

If you have any information related to this incident call West Midlands Police on 101 or 0345 113 5000, or you may also speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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