Man on bike exposed himself to woman
POLICE are investigating two incidents in Grimsby that might have involved the same man.
At 4.40pm on Wednesday, a woman was walking alone from the direction of Heneage Road. A man on a bike followed her onto Eleanor Street and asked her for the time. She ignored him, but as she walked away she noticed that he appeared to be inappropriately touching himself. He rode off.
The man is described as white, travelling on a bicycle with no lights. He was aged in his 50s and wearing a jacket that was dark at the bottom and light on the top, dark trousers and a beanie hat.
Two days later, just before 7pm, a woman was walking in the direction of Peaks Lane, Grimsby. When she reached the Hainton public house she was approached by an unknown man who appeared to be indecently exposing himself, before he made an attempt to get the woman to come down an alleyway with him. She refused and continued to walk towards her home. The man then cycled away. He was on a black Mountain bike and aged in his late 40s. He was short and stocky and was wearing a tracksuit top, blue jeans and Adidas trainers.
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Enquiries into both incidents are on going and at this time it is not known if the offender in both incidents is the same person.
Neither of the women sustained any injuries in the incidents and police are appealing for anyone who can help with either of the investigations to call Humberside Police on 101 quoting log number 534 of 22 February 2013.