Police hunt two men over indecent exposure cases in same Northampton beauty spot

Did you see men answering these descriptions near to Delapre Abbey?

By Kevin Nicholls
Tuesday, 2nd June 2020, 1:41 pm
Updated Tuesday, 2nd June 2020, 1:42 pm

Police are appealing for witnesses after two incidents of indecent exposure during the lockdown in the same Northampton beauty spot.

The first incident happened on May 18, when a man was seen exposing himself in a wooded area near Delapre Abbey.

Then, on Sunday (May 31) a second man indecently exposed himself to a woman walking along Delapre Lake, just past the boating club.

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Police are investigating two cases of indecent exposure near Delapre Abbey

A Northamptonshire Police spokesman said: "The first man is described as white, about 45 years old and with short, strawberry-blond hair. He was wearing a green T-shirt and beige trousers. The same man had been seen riding a bicycle moments before the incident.

"In the second incident, the man is described as white with cropped blond hair, tanned and of stocky build. He was wearing a grey hooded top and grey shorts.

"If there were any witnesses in the area of Delapre Park who may have seen men answering these descriptions, or any other information that may help with our enquiries, please us on 101 using incident number 20000274708."

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