Police hunt Chorley train flasher

APPEAL: Police wish to speak to this man

APPEAL: Police wish to speak to this man

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A MAN who exposed himself to two female rail passengers is being tracked down by police.

The man, on board a train travelling between Manchester Airport and Barrow in Furness, began started talking to two females before making lewd comments as the train approached Chorley.

During the conversation he pulled down his trousers and exposed himself. It happened at about 8.40pm on Thursday, October 17. PC Adam Heslop, of British Transport Police, said: “As the train travelled towards Chorley, a man began talking to two women passengers and made sexual comments towards them. The behaviour of the man was completely unacceptable and it is vital we trace him as soon as possible.

“Our enquiries to date have enabled us to isolate the image of the man seen in the CCTV image.

“I believe he has key information about the incident and I call on anyone who recognises him – or who has information about the incident – to come forward.”

If you can help the investigation in any way call BTP on 0800 40 50 40.

or ring Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

In all calls please quote log NWA/B9 of 3/12/13.

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