PRINCE GEORGE, BC: Police are requesting the assistance of the public to help identify the suspect or suspects in three Indecent Acts that have occurred in Prince George recently.
On Sunday March 12th, 2017 at approximately 4:00 AM, the Prince George RCMP received a report of an Indecent Act that had occurred earlier in the morning near the corner of Patricia Boulevard and Queensway in Prince George.
The suspect male approached an adult female and asked for directions. As the female began to provide directions, the suspect exposed himself. The female fled without further incident.
The suspect is described as:
- South Asian male
- Approximately 25 years old
- Slim build
- Slight beard and mustache
The suspect was wearing a grey and black plaid zip hoody, dark jeans and dark shoes. It is believed that he was also wearing a black turban under the hood of his hoody.
There have been two similar incidents reported to police in late January. On Monday January 30th, 2017, RCMP received a report of a South Asian male that had exposed himself to an adult female at a local liquor establishment near 3rd Avenue and Dominion Street in Prince George. The incident occurred earlier on the weekend and was not immediately reported.
Also on Monday January 30th, 2017, police received a report of a South Asian male that exposed himself to an adult female outside her residence near Ferry Avenue and Massey Drive in the early hours of the morning. When the incident occurred, the victim immediately went into her residence and the suspect fled the area on foot. Police were not immediately called.
It is vital to public safety that incidents like these be reported immediately to police. In fact, all criminal offences and suspicious occurrences should be reported at the earliest possible time in order to provide the greatest chance of positive results.
Investigators would like to identify and locate the person or persons responsible for these incidents.
If you have any information about these Criminal offences or the person or persons involved, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477.
Written and released by Prince George RCMP
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