15 year old exposes himself to girls under 13, attempts to sexually assault girl in South London park

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Police are appealing to the public for information as part of an investigation into two linked sex offences in a South London park.

In two separate incidents a boy approached girls under the age of 13 and exposed himself in Peckham Rye Park.

He is described as having black wavy or curly hair, being 5ft 2ins to 5ft 4ins tall and around 15 years old.

The first incident occurred on December 31, 2020 at around 5pm.

A girl was approached by a boy who first exposed himself and then attempted to sexually assault her.

He ran off when the victim screamed.

The boy was wearing a brown or black padded jacket, black trousers and black shoes.

The second incident happened on Tuesday, March 2 at approximately 4pm.

A boy exposed himself and performed a lewd act in front of two girls.

This time the male was wearing a black hooded top with a white circle on the shoulder and white drawstrings.

He was also wearing grey tracksuit bottoms.

These incidents are currently being treated as linked and detectives from Central South Safeguarding are leading the investigation.

The girls and their families are being supported by specially trained officers.

Detective Inspector Richard Poynter said: “I understand that incidents of this nature are both shocking and concerning for the local community.

“I want to reassure local residents that since these two offences were reported to us we have increased uniformed patrols in and around the park.

“If you have any information about who this person could be it is imperative that you get in touch with us as soon as possible.

“Likewise if you have observed a young man acting suspiciously in the park matching the description given please make contact.”

If you have any information that could help the investigation please call police on 101 or tweet @MetCC providing the reference cad 5015 of 2 March.

Alternatively information can also be provided to Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.