Appeal after naked man is seen walking around Penwortham, Preston

Posted on - 22nd February, 2013 - 3:32pm | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Preston News



Preston Police are appealing for information to help them identify a naked man who was seen on two separate occasions walking around Penwortham in the early morning.

In the first incident a man was seen naked apart from a pair of shoes and glasses around 6.35am on 19th February 2013 walking on Hill Road South.

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Two days later on 21st February 2013 he was seen doing star jumps around 6.45am on New Lane and Park Lane.

The man is described as being white and aged in his 20s wearing glasses.

Police are linking two incidents and are appealing for the public’s help to track the man down.


Detective Sergeant Richard Horton from South Ribble CID said: “We’re appealing for anyone with knowledge about these incidents or with information as to who the man is to come forward. We would ask any members of the public seeing this man to call the police straight away on 101.”

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