Police have released an image of a man who they want to identify following at least seven incidents of indecent exposure, and several of sexual assault, which took place recently in London.
The man has been active in Tower Hamlets and police say he is suspected of committing a number of offences between the dates of 30 August and 29 September.
“At this time, officers are aware of seven offences,” said the Met Police, but the force is appealing for any potential victims who have not yet come forward so that they can be supported by specialised officers.
On four of the incidents the male has also been reported to have performed a sexual act, said the force.
He is known to wear a mask and was seen wearing “a black zip hoody, grey joggers with a thick black stripe from hip to knee, potentially wearing a bike lock around his neck and a chequered baseball cap”.
His bike has been described as black and silver.
The Metropolitan Police said that as a result of the incidents they have increased patrols in the local area.
If you recognise the man in this image or have information you would like to share with police, please call 101 or tweet @MetCC and quote CAD286/29SEP21.
You can also report crime anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.