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An arrest has been made following a suspicious incident on Friday afternoon (23 September), where a man has exposed himself to two adult females outside Ewell Grove School in Epsom.
The man has then walked off towards Garbrand Walk.
The matter was reported to police and a number of enquiries led to the suspect, 25 from Cheam, swiftly being identified and arrested on suspicion of exposure. He was interviewed and has been released with bail conditions not to go within 100 metres of a primary school in Surrey.
Acting Inspector James Dawborn, Epsom Borough Commander, said: “We would like to reassure the community that we have launched a full and thorough investigation into this matter. Although he did not expose himself to schoolchildren, this took place in close proximity to a school and we recognise that this will be really concerning for local residents."
“Fortunately, on this occasion the man was identified and arrested quickly after the offence was reported and has been released with a specific bail condition not to go within 100 metres of a primary school in Surrey. We are continuing our enquiries but also need information from the public to help us to progress our investigation. If you witnessed this incident, or you have any other information, please come forward as soon as possible.”
If you have any information, please contact us quoting PR/45220102315 via:
If you do not wish to leave your name, please call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.