Appeal to trace man in connection with 'inappropriate touching' in Leeds

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Police in Leeds have released an Efit image of a man they want to speak to in connection with three allegations of 'inappropriate touching' in the city.

The first incident happened on Monday June 5, police say, as the victim was walking when a man inappropriately touched her. 

The second was on Sunday June 11 at around 3.30pm, when the victim was walking along Cardigan Road. As she was doing so, a man started making conversation with her and then touched her inappropriately. 

The most recent happened the day after at around 12.45pm on a road off of Burley Lodge Road when the victim was walking. A man came up to her and then inappropriately touched her before making off in the direction of Burley. 

Police have described the suspect as Asian, around 20 to 30-years-old, 5ft 10"- 6ft, with short brown hair, large build and wearing rimmed glasses. He also spoke with a Yorkshire accent. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Ashley Poddington of the Leeds District Safeguarding team on 101.

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