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Hunt launched for man in connection with two indecent assaults on women in east end

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A hunt has been launched for a man detectives imagine to be accountable for two current assaults on women in Glasgow’s east end.

The first incident occurred at round 5.25pm on Tuesday, 4 May, 2021 as girl was strolling on London Road. She was approached by a man who indecently assaulted her.

A second incident occurred at round 5.15pm on Wednesday, 19 May, 2021 on Abercromby Street. A lady was approached and assaulted by a man who walked off in the course of Crownpoint Road.

Through CCTV enquiries officers imagine the identical could also be accountable and are wanting to hint him.

He is described as white, aged in his late teenagers or early twenties, medium construct and round 6ft 2ins tall. He has a pale complexion with quick brown hair and every time has been sporting darkish colored clothes.

Detective Constable Del McArthur from Shettleston Police Station mentioned: “We have been conducting enquiries into this primary incident when a second related incident was reported yesterday (19 May). We imagine the identical man is accountable and these incidents are linked.

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“I’d ask anybody who recognises him, or who might have seen him behaving suspiciously or inappropriately in the London Road or Bridgeton areas of Glasgow, to contact police.”

Those with info ought to contact Police Scotland on 101 and quote incident quantity 2872 of 19 May. An nameless report could be made to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.