Man holding beer and wearing Trilby hat flashes girl, 15, in Huntingdon

15:10 02 July 2014

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A man wearing a Trilby-style hat and holding a can of beer flashed a 15-year-old girl on a Huntingdon common.

The girl was walking across Mill Common just before 4pm on Wednesday, June 25, when a slim man, described as white, aged 35 to 40 with short, brown and scruffy hair, indecently exposed himself to her.

He is also said to be 5ft 8in-tall and was wearing a white vest and knee-length denim shorts.

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