Guelph Police Investigate Reports of Man Exposing himself to Children in 2 Schools | The Canadian News

Guelph police say they are investigating reports that a man exposed himself to children playing at two schools in the far south on Friday night.

In a press release, police said they received a call around 6 p.m. from a witness reporting that a man had been to a school on Clairfields Drive about an hour earlier and exposed himself standing behind a bush while the children they played nearby.

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“The man left the area and the witness followed him to another school on Colonial Drive. He was observed re-exposing himself near a group of children playing on a nearby soccer field, ”police said.

The service added that the man did not approach or speak to any of the children at any of the locations.

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Agents tried to search for the man, but did not arrest him.

He is described as 60 to 65 years old with a strong complexion. He was wearing a beige coat, black pants, a black hat, and black and white sneakers. He was also riding a blue bicycle.

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Guelph police say the incident remains under investigation, but also added that anyone with immediate concerns about a suspicious person around the children should call 911.

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“The police want to remind those who may have a concern about suspicious individuals in the schools and parks area to feel free to call the police with your concerns so that together, the police and community members can work together to guarantee the safety of our children within the community, ”said the police.

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Anyone with information should call the Principal Investigator at 519-824-1212 ext. 7522. Anonymous leads can be left with Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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