Police hunt for man who exposed himself to a schoolgirl in Leeds

Efit of man police want to speak to after exposing himself to a 12-year-old girl
Efit of man police want to speak to after exposing himself to a 12-year-old girl

Police are looking for a man who exposed himself to a schoolgirl in Leeds.

West Yorkshire Police want to speak to the man after the incident in Halton Moor last month.

CCTV still of man police want to speak to

CCTV still of man police want to speak to

Shortly afterwards he was seen exposing himself by two women who called the police.

Today the force issued an efit and CCTV still of the man who approached two 12-year-old girls as they were walking along a ginnel near the Wykebeck area of Halton Moor on Saturday June 18.

The suspect touched one of the girls inappropriately before exposing himself to her.  He then walked off towards Selby Road.  

He is white, with dark brown hair, aged late teens to early twenties, and wearing dark clothing. 

PC Amy Addinell of the Outer East Neighbourhood Policing Team sai: “This has been an upsetting experience for the girls, and I would appeal to anyone who recognises the man featured in the efit, or who has any information about the incident to come forward. Enquiries are ongoing.” 

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