Police seek St Albans man who could help track down sexual predator

PUBLISHED: 14:13 31 August 2016 | UPDATED: 14:13 31 August 2016

Do you know this man? Herts Police would like to speak to him about a sexual assualt on a bus in St Albans

Do you know this man? Herts Police would like to speak to him about a sexual assualt on a bus in St Albans


An image of a man who may be able to help track down a predator who sexually assaulted a woman on a bus has been released by police.

A woman who boarded a 602 UNO bus at St Albans station was sitting at the back when a man exposed himself to her and attempted to touch her leg.

Following the incident, which took place on June 7 at about 4.30pm, the victim got off the bus at Hatfield station.

Det Con Paul Cullinan, who is investigating, said: “This was obviously a distressing incident for the victim and we are keen to trace the offender.

“We believe the man pictured may be able to supply information that could help with our investigation.”

Anyone with information should contact Herts Police on the non-emergency number 101.

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