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FLASHBACK FRIDAY – Indecent Behaviour, Marion

Posted on 22/01/2021

Your help is needed to identify a person who behaved in an indecent manner towards children in 2011.

At about 1.15pm on the 12th November 2011 the pictured male approached a three year old female child sitting in a trolley in the Reject Shop at Marion Shopping Centre, whilst the mother of the child was looking at something in the store. The child told her mother that the male behaved in an indecent manner towards her. He was seen to turn around with his hands in front of his pants, join the checkout line, then leave the store.

At about 4.25pm on Monday, 24th December 2012, the same male approached a nine year old female child in the same store and behaved in an indecent manner in front of the child. The male was confronted by the child’s mother and stopped his behaviour before walking off.

He is described as being aged in his fifties to sixties at the time of the incidents, 175cm (5’9″), stocky to overweight build with a protruding stomach, Caucasian with receding grey hair.

If you have any information you can share what you know – even if it is just a suspicion – without having to say who you are or get involved.

1800 333 000


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