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Last Updated: Friday, 14 November, 2003, 18:47 GMT
Image of stalker suspect released
Stalker
The man is wanted for two separate incidents
Detectives investigating reports of a man stalking schoolgirls in a Hampshire town have released a computer image of a man they are trying to trace.

It follows three incidents where a man approached young girls in the Fordingbridge area on Wednesday.

A 14-year-old girl was walking home from school in Burnham Road, when a man came up behind her.

He put his hand up her skirt and then pulled down her tights before running off at about 1820 GMT.

Earlier that day, a man exposed himself to two girls, aged six and seven, in Penny's Lane.

The flasher, described as 5ft 8ins tall, of thin build with a pale complexion and wearing a woolly hat and a long black coat, matches the description of the man who assaulted the schoolgirl.

Police are appealing for information.





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