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GSPS Requesting Assistance to Identify Young Man Involved in Indecent Acts Incidents
Kaitlyn Dunn
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GSPS Requesting Assistance to Identify Young Man Involved in Indecent Acts Incidents

SUDBURY, ONTARIO ~~~~~  July 13, 2022 (LSNews)   Kaitlyn Dunn, Corporate Communications Coordinator, stated in a media release  that we are requesting the PublGreatic’s assistance in order to identify the individual involved in two Indecent Act incidents that occurred along the Junction Creek walking path between Martindale Road, Regent Street and Kelly Lake Road on July 2, 2022 and July 12, 2022.

Information provided is that a young man has been seen exposing and inappropriately touching himself along the path on two separate occasions by two individuals.

He is described as being a White man in his late teens to early 20’s, with a slim build and of average height. He is described as having short brown hair and is clean shaven.

Anyone who has experienced a similar incident or who has information related to the identity of the individual involved is asked to contact Police at 705-675-9171 or Crime Stoppers at 705-222-8477.

It has not been reported that the young man is aggressive, however, we encourage community members walking in the area to walk with a partner or in a group, especially at night, to tell somewhere where you are going and when you’re expected to return, always carry a cell phone and if you feel you are in danger or threatened by someone, call Police immediately and provide as much information as possible regarding physical and clothing descriptors.

#LSN_PUblicSafety   #LSN_GSPS  #LSN_Sudbury 

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