Police hunt for man who exposed himself to teenage girls in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 11:53 28 May 2012 | UPDATED: 15:10 31 May 2012

POLICE are hunting for a man who exposed himself to two 15-year-old girls in Great Yarmouth.

The incident happened between 1.30pm and 1.50pm on Saturday, May 26.

The two girls were walking along Bollard Quay, Southtown Road, from Great Yarmouth towards Gorleston, when a silver coloured saloon car drove past them before stopping a little way ahead of them.

As the girls walked past the vehicle they saw the man appeared to be exposing himself and acting indecently. The girls carried on walking and the silver car drove off and the man continued his behaviour.

The vehicle then headed off towards Gorleston High Street.

The man is described as white with medium length dark brown hair.

Police are asking anyone who may have seen the incident or anyone with information about the man involved to call PC Mark Carrier at Gorleston on 101

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