NSW Police have released the image of a man suspected in three assaults the occurred along or near The Bay Run in Sydney‘s Inner West.
The man was previously described has being of a Caucasian appearance, aged between 20 to 30, about 180cm tall, as having short cropped hair and brown eyes, and with prominent teeth and tattoos on his left arm.
This is the third appeal to the public police have made, after being unable to locate the individual.
The first incident happened on January 31st, when a man approached a 27-year-old woman on Glover Street and exposed himself.
The second occurred a few days later on February 2nd, when a man riding a yellow-coloured bicycle approached a different 27-year-old woman near the rowing club, intimidating her. The man dumped the bicycle and fled the scene, and the woman sought assistance from a passer-by.
The third incident occurred a few weeks later on February 17th, when a third 27-year-old woman approached a man who was walking his dog near Glover Street and disclosed that she’d been indecently assaulted. She left the scene, but the man contacted police. After a public appeal was issued, the woman came forward and made a report to police.
Police are urging anyone who has not yet made contact with police to do so, either by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or using the online reporting page.