Calgary police hunting for man who approached teenage girls
After asking for directions, suspect inappropriately touched himself before driving off
Calgary police are looking for a man they believe is responsible for three incidents involving teenage girls.
The man first approached a teenage girl on Bridlewood Drive S.W. on Jan. 7 and asked her for directions. He then asked if he could give her a ride, and when she declined he began touching himself inappropriately, police said.
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Approximately 30 minutes after that incident, police believe the same man approached another teenage girl along Eversyde Avenue S.W. and did the same thing.
The same man might have approached a third teenager on Jan. 15th on Everridge Drive S.W.
According to police, the man "is described having brown skin and possibly being either Asian or Hispanic. He is in his 20s, with a slim build and some facial hair. In two of the cases, he was wearing a camouflage-coloured top."
While not certain, police think the man is driving a Honda Civic. It's described as a white two-door with black seats.
Anyone with information on the incidents is asked to contact police at 403-266-1234 or Crime Stoppers.