Police investigating incident of indecent exposure in Methil

Police are investigatin the incident
Police are investigatin the incident

Officers from Police Scotland in Methil are investigating a reported indecent exposure by a male in the town.

About 3.00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 30 a 49-year-old female was walking on Laburnum Road, Methil when the male indecently flashed at her.

The male then continued to walk towards the Lilac Bank area of the town.

The male is described as being between 20 to 30 years, chubby build and wearing black jeans and a distinctive black coloured waist length jacket with what is described as fake diamonds sewn into the jacket.

This may be linked to a previous assault on a 58-year-old woman which occurred on Main Street, Methilhill on Tuesday, December 23.

At this time the male responsible was described as 20 to 30 years, stocky build, unkempt hair wearing a brown leather bomber style jacket with a white t-shirt underneath bearing a circular logo with writing. He had a bad complexion described as pockmarked and was wearing glasses.

Detective Sergeant Jim McGuinness of Levenmouth CID stated: “I am appealing for anyone with information regarding these crimes to contact the police. Whilst there is the possibility that these crimes may be linked I am keeping an open mind. Although a joint investigation is being carried out by CID officers”.

He reinforced that increased patrols are now being carried out in the area and members of the public should remain vigilant.

Anyone with any information regarding these crimes is asked to contact police on 101. Or alternatively, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where your call will be treated in strictest confidence.