Canada Man allegedly flashes woman at Cambridge park
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Waterloo Regional Police say they are investigating an indecent act which occurred at a park in Cambridge over the weekend.
Police say a woman was walking through Hespeler Optimist Park on Sunday at around 5:15 p.m. when a man approached and flashed her.
The woman left the area before reporting the incident to police.
Police describe the suspect as white, in his late 20s, with a slim build and clean-shaven. The man was last seen wearing a dark baseball hat and dark-coloured clothing. He was spotted leaving the area in a grey-coloured hatchback.
They are asking anyone with information to call 519-570-9777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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