Police are investigating another report of indecent exposure in Pelsall.
The offence took place at about 5pm on July 14 as the victim, a 67-year-old woman, was walking her dog in Ryders Hayes Farm, Pelsall.
The offender is described as a white man with black hair, 5’9, of thin/slight build and wearing a white hooded and zipped jacket. He made off on a bike on a footpath in the direction of Brownhills.
On Monday 4 July, between 4.30-5pm, a 41-year-old woman was cycling along a public footpath off Station Road, Rushall in Walsall when she was flashed at by a man described as white, aged late 50s-early 60s, chubby and with white hair.
Officers are already investigating two other indecent exposure incidents in June, one in Pelsall and one in Brownhills, and are asking for any other possible victims to come forward with information.
They are linking the incident in Rushall on July 4 with one which took place on Monday 27 June at 1.40pm, on grassland by Ryders Hayes Pool, off Ryders Hayes Lane in Pelsall.
In this incident, two women were approached by a man who indecently exposed himself, before the women ran off.
He is described as a white man aged late 50s-early 60s, totally naked but very tanned and with a full head of white hair. He was around 5’10 with what was described as a beer belly.
A further incident occurred at about 10.30pm on Wednesday, June 29 on Chester Road North, Brownhills.
Three 14-year-old girls were walking between the Rising Sun Pub Island and the Hussey Arms Pub on the A5, near to an area described as the Black Path.
They were approached by a white man, described as in his 30s with dark hair and wearing a top with writing on it. He indecently exposed himself to the three girls and they ran off.
Acting Sergeant James Drake, from Aldridge police station, said anyone who is a victim of indecent exposure should call 999 immediately.
“We are taking reports of indecent exposure very seriously and would urge anyone who may have seen the offenders or who may have information about who they are to contact us,” he said.
“The victim who was exposed to in Rushall was already aware of the police appeals following the indecent exposures from last week and reported the incident straight away.
“However, we believe there may be more victims who, for whatever reason, may not have reported any sightings. If anyone has been a recent victim and think they may have seen the offender again we would also like to hear from you immediately. If the offender is seen then dial 999 and report it.”
Anyone with information should call Walsall Police on 0345 113 5000 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Police are also appealing for anyone who has recently been a victim or can help us identify these men to call us immediately.