Teenage flasher strikes three times in 20 minutes in Woodville
A SERIAL flasher who exposed himself to teenage girls three times in 20 minutes is being sought by the police.
The first incident happened at 6.30pm on Tuesday in Swadlincote Road, Woodville.
Two girls, aged 13, were walking home from Swadlincote town centre and walked into a shop close to the junction of Frederick Street.
As they walked out of a shop they saw a teenage boy who was sat on a blue moped.
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He shouted to them and they turned around only to see him expose himself before riding off.
The second incident happened minutes later and saw the flasher expose himself to a 15-year-old girl in Bernard Street, Woodville.
On that occasion the victim told police he called out to her before approaching her with trousers down and then running off in the direction of Granville Street.
Then, at 6.50pm a third flashing incident happened outside Swadlincote Ski Centre, in Moira Road.
On that occasion the victim saw the teenage boy stood next to a wooded area.
She started to walk away and then turned around and saw he was suddenly naked from the waist down.
A police spokesman said: "The decription given to us by all of the victims and the closeness of the incidents means we are linking the offences.
"The victims were unhurt but shocked."
The flasher is in his late teens, 5ft 5ins tall and of slim build.
He was wearing a black jacket, grey tracksuit bottoms and white trainers.
The victims in the first incident says he was riding a blue moped that carried L-plates and that he was wearing a dark blue crash helmet with silver writing on it.
Anyone who recognises the description or who has information is asked to call the police on 101.