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Sex Pest Incidents in Bellfields And Riverside Nature Park

Published on: 17 Dec, 2015
Updated on: 17 Dec, 2015

Incidents of indecent exposure have taken place within the past few days on three separate occasions in Bellfields, and twice at the Riverside Nature Reserve near Burpham.

police vestSurrey Police report that the latest incident took place on Monday (December 14) at about 4pm.

A woman was in an alleyway off Larch Avenue near Christ’s College when she noticed a man nearby who was exposing himself to her.

He is described as white, late-mid 20s, of a slim build with mousey-brown hair and wearing dark loose-fitted jeans and a dark hooded top.

A man from Guildford was arrested the same day in connection to this offence and has now been released and on bail, pending further enquiries.

The second incident took on Saturday, December 12 at about 10.30am at the Riverside Nature Reserve towards the Bowers Lane, Burpham, end.

A woman noticed a man indecently exposing himself to her. He was standing on the grass by the side of a boardwalk through the marshland.

He is described as white, in his mid-late 20s, of a slim build and was wearing a grey hooded top.

The third incident took place on December 12 at around 10.50am. A woman was walking her dog in the Riverside Nature Reserve at the Woking Road end when she saw a man with his trousers pulled down. She called her dog back and walked away.

On that occasion the man is described as white, under 30 years, 5ft 10in to 6ft, of medium build with dark hair. He was wearing a grey hooded top and dark blue or black trousers.

Detective Constable Caroline Katryniak, who is investigating the three incidents, said: “These three incidents all took place within a couple of days and in close proximity to each other.

“Because of this, and the similar description given by each of the three victims, we are treating these incidents as linked.

“We would like to speak to anyone who recognises the description of the suspect or anyone with any other information which could help us progress the investigation, and urge them to come forward straightaway. We will also be stepping up patrols in the local area to provide a visible presence and offer reassurance to the local community.”

If you can help, contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting crime reference number 45150112895 or by using the online reporting system found at

Alternatively the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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