North Vancouver RCMP are asking public’s help in finding a man who exposed himself in a North Vancouver trail.
Police have released a composite drawing of the man as described by the witnesses. He was observed exposing his genitals while running with his dog on a local trail in North Vancouver in late afternoon on July 13.
Two women were walking on the Upper Shinglebolt Trail, west of Capilano Road, when they observed the male expose his genitals as he ran by them.
The suspect is described as an indigenous man, approximately 30 years-old, 6 feet/183 centimeters, lean build, dark short hair and goatee beard. He was wearing red shorts, tan colored sleeveless shirt and running shoes.
The dog accompanying the male was off leash and was described as a medium size German Shepherd mixed breed.
“This is a popular dog walking trail area off the west side of Capilano Road”, said Sgt. Peri Mainwaring.
“This indecent act is concerning to police as it occurred in a public place during the daytime. It is believed to be an isolated incident but police are urging trail users to report any encounters of this nature to police.”
Anyone who may know this individual or has any information related to the identity of this individual, is asked to please contact the North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311 referencing file #2019-15381.
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