The Regina Police Service is advising parents of school aged children of an investigation into an incident of indecent exposure and asking the public for help in identifying the suspect. Police are also reminding parents that discussing safety plans with young students is always a good strategy to enhance safety.
On September 5th, 2014 between 9:00am and 9:30am a 12 year old female student was walking on Sunset Drive to retrieve an item from home and turned onto the 4300 block of Garnet Street. As she was walking, a male was walking the opposite direction, so she moved aside to let him pass by. It’s reported that the male exposed himself to her. The girl screamed and ran to her house and told her parents. The male ran the opposite direction. The parents notified the school administration, who notified police. The investigator did a search of the area but did not locate the suspect. The officer notified other schools in the area and advised watch command and the rest of the school resource officer section.
The suspect is described as a white male in his mid 30’s to early 40’s, with dark eyes, protruding teeth, and no facial hair. He was wearing a white toque, light brown pants and may have been wearing a jacket.
If you have any information regarding the suspect, please call the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Reminder to parents, please discuss safety with your children and have them walk to and from school with a buddy, so as not to walk alone. If possible, students should avoid areas like lanes or fields and any time a student notes something suspicious, he or she should tell a trusted adult immediately.