Cyclist indecently touched four women in Narborough Road area, Leicester
Police are investigating after a cyclist indecently touched four women while riding past them in Leicester.
In all four incidents, the most recent of which happened at 4.30pm on Monday, the women were touched inappropriately in the chest area by a cyclist who rode past them in the street.
The incidents all happened during the day in the Narborough Road area of Leicester, in Upperton Road, Braunstone Gate, Imperial Avenue and Western Road.
Two of them happened on Thursday December 27 and two on Monday January 21.
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Detectives have looked at the information provided by the victims and believe that the incidents are linked.
The suspect has been described as being white, aged between 16 and 19 years old, of slim build and was riding a mountain or road bike.
Detective Constable Andy Spence, the investigating officer, said: “We have been working with the victims to establish as much as we can about the suspect and have also been carrying out CCTV inquiries locally, but we hope that members of the public will also be able to help us.
“The Narborough Road area is full of bars, restaurants and shops so I am confident that someone who is in the area regularly will know who this person is.
“We would also urge anyone who is approached by the suspect to call police immediately. It’s important that we know as much about this person as possible so if you are approached by him please call police and help us with our inquiries.”
Anyone with any information can contact Det Const Andy Spence on 101, or alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, which is free and anonymous, on 0800 555 111.