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Indecent Exposure Reported By 13 year old Female - Male Sought

Also: Student Struck J Walking

Published 02/20/2019 | By Guelph Now Local News

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Male Sought In Indecent Exposure Incident
Guelph Male Sought In Indecent Exposure Incident

Indecent Exposure Male Sought In Incident With 13 Year Old Girl

On February 19, 2019, between 8am and 8:20am, a 13yr old female was walking to school in the area of Edinburgh Rd S and Honey Cres. An unknown male approached the child and exposed, what appeared to be, a fake penis to the child. The suspect did not make any attempt to grab the child and nothing was said. The child was able to flee to her school and Police were contacted.

The male is described as white, 40-50years old, wearing all black clothing, including a black toque and black scarf.

Guelph police are asking anyone that was in the area of Edinburgh Road South and Honey Crescent within the time frame of 8-8:30am, that has dash cam video capturing pedestrians, to call Detective Sergeant Melanie Clark at 519-824-1212 or email her at MClark@guelphpolice.ca. If you have information and would like to stay anonymous, you can call CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-222-TIPS.

Student Struck J Walking

On February 14, 2019, a 14 year old male student crossed College Ave in an area that was not marked for pedestrian crossing. He was stuck by a white SUV and as a result, he suffered a broken collar bone. The matter was not reported to police until February 19 when the male sought medical treatment and the injury was discovered. The collision is still under investigation.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Constable R Pitcher at 519-824-1212 ext. 7534. Guelph Police remind you that when you are crossing a road, always use the marked crossings or go to an intersection and obey the traffic signals that apply to you.

 
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