Indecent exposure investigation closed by police
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Police have been unable to trace a man who allegedly exposed himself to a woman near a skatepark.
The hunt for the man who indecently exposed himself to a woman in her 70s, who was walking a dog in Carlton Colville, Lowestoft last month has been "closed unless new information comes forward," according to officers.
The alleged indecent exposure incident took place on Wednesday, December 4 at some point between 11.45am and 12.35pm near to Lowestoft Road in Carlton Colville.
Last month, a police spokesman said: "The victim, a woman aged in her 70s, was walking her dog and whilst taking the footpath which goes past a pond near to the skatepark she noticed a male.
"He was dressed in dark clothing with his back to her, and stood in some bushes.
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"He then turned round and exposed himself before running off."
The man was described as white, aged 40 to 50, with dark clothing and a woolly hat.
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Today, a police spokesman said: "Officers conducted a proportionate enquiry with no leads established, and no further reasonable enquiries can be made, so the case is closed unless new information comes forward."