Saanich police warn public after man exposes himself to dog walker

Police say it happened Thursday on Swan Creek Park Trail

Saanich police are warning the public after they recieved a report Jan. 17 about an indecent act.

A woman reported that a man exposed himself to her around 4 p.m. on Swan Creek Park Trail near McKenzie and Interurban bridge. She had been walking her dogs and told police he was in his mid-teens or early 20s, Causcausian with an Asian or First Nation mix, an roughly 6ft tall.

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The man is also descrbied as being clean shaven with short, brown shaggy hair and wearing a dark grey rain jacket with a hood and blue jeans.

Saanich police caution the public to be aware of their surroundings while walking alone in parks or trails, and to carry a cell phone.

RELATED: Man exposes himself to pre-teens on Vancouver Island school grounds


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