Police are hunting a man who allegedly exposed himself to a teenage girl just blocks from a Shepparton primary school.May 22, 2014 3:34am
Police have released an image to help identify a man who allegedly indecently exposed himself to a girl.
Detectives say the girl, 15, was at the intersection of Barton St and Parker St in north Shepparton on April 17 when the man approached her about 4
It is alleged the man initiated a conversation with her and exposed his penis.
Shepparton Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team Detective Leading Senior Constable Paul Turner said police were appealing for public help to identify the man.
He said police had released an image (above) to help the search.
The man is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 30 years old, of medium build and wearing a brown baseball cap and a fluorescent coloured work shirt.
He was driving a silver-coloured single cab utility, similar to a Toyota Hilux, with silver-coloured four-spoke rims.
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