Police looking for man who exposed himself in Metro Vancouver park

Aug 29 2018, 10:05 pm

Delta Police are investigating reports of a man who exposed himself to a woman yesterday, August 28, around 7:30 am in Sunshine Hills Park.

According to police, a man witnessed a woman chasing away an unknown male, who had allegedly exposed himself to her within the park.

The woman threatened to call police, and the alleged perpetrator fled.

The incident was reported to law enforcement approximately two hours later and although “extensive” patrols of the area were done, police were unable to locate the suspect.

Delta police said they have increased patrols into the area, and analysts are engaged in seeking more information about any similar occurrences in the region.

“Reports such as these are definitely concerning to police,” says Cris Leykauf, public affairs coordinator for Delta Police. “Our officers have been speaking to neighbours in the area, but if anyone believes they have information which may be relevant to police, please contact us.”

Those walking in the area, particularly through parks etc, are advised to pay attention to surroundings, carry a cell phone or walk in pairs.

Police said the suspect is described as approximately 50-years-old, 5’8” to 6’ tall, heavyset, with a black beard with some white in it. He was last seen walking around 64a Ave and Mason Place.

Anyone with further information is asked to call 604-946-4411 and quote file number 18-19382.

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