AMERSHAM BREAKING BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Man wanted in connection with a public order incident

man wanted in connection with a public order incident

Thames Valley Police is releasing an E-fit of a man who we wish to trace in connection with a public order incident.

At around 3pm on 24 September, a teenage girl was walking in an alleyway between Chestnut Lane and Plantation Road, Amersham, when a man ran up to her and made lewd comments to her on a number of occasions.

The girl ran away in fear. She was not injured during the incident.

The offender is described as a white man with tanned skin, in his late forties, around 6ft tall, of a bigger than average build. He had short grey scruffy hair and bush eyebrows. He was wearing a burgundy sweat shirt and long black trousers. He spoke with a “polite British middle class” accent.

Investigating officer PC Patrycja Lesiakowska, based at Amersham police station, said: “This was a very concerning incident for the victim, where a man has approached her and made lewd and behaved inappropriately.

“We releasing this E-fit in order to trace him. If you recognise the man in the E-fit or someone matching the description we would urge you to please get in touch.

“Anyone with information can call 101 or report online quoting the reference 43200304575.