A man allegedly masturbated in front of 9-year-old girl in SE Calgary: police

Sep 12 2019, 11:21 am

Police are investigating a third alleged indecent act to take place in Calgary within the past month.

A release from Calgary Police Service states that a nine-year-old girl had been walking near 146th Avenue and Bow Bottom Trail SE at around 5:15 pm on Tuesday, September 10, when she was allegedly approached by a man asking for directions.

The man then allegedly exposed himself to the girl and began masturbating, according to the release, and the young girl fled.

The man also allegedly fled when the girl ran to a nearby woman, and while the girl did not tell her what happened, police would still like to speak with the witness.

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The release also noted that police believe the suspect in this incident to be the same as the person responsible for two other incidents from August where a man allegedly exposed himself to multiple women.

According to an earlier CPS release, the suspect allegedly approached two teenage girls on the Sherwood School field and flashed them at around 5 pm on Tuesday, August 27, before fleeing the area.

Three days prior to the Sherwood School incident, a man with a similar description had allegedly exposed himself to — and masturbated in front of — a female pedestrian from the seat of his car near the Deer Valley Shopping Centre.

The vehicle he was driving is described in the release as a dark green, two-door Volkswagen sedan.

The suspect is being described as “South Asian, in his late 20s or 30s, with a medium build, short wavy black hair and brown eyes. In the [Deer Valley Shopping Centre] incident, he was wearing long, beige pants and a t-shirt,” according to the prior release.

In the most recent release, he is described as having a short beard at the time of the incident.

Anyone with information on the suspect or the alleged incidents are asked to contact the Calgary Police Service at their non-emergency number of 403-266-1234.

You can also leave a tip anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-8477 or online through their website.