Two girls followed by man in Lowestoft
POLICE are keen a trace a man in his fifties after two girls reported that they were followed in Lowestoft town centre. The girls, aged 12 and 13, were on a number 102 bus travelling along Lowestoft Road just after 12.
POLICE are keen a trace a man in his fifties after two girls reported that they were followed in Lowestoft town centre.
The girls, aged 12 and 13, were on a number 102 bus travelling along Lowestoft Road just after 12.50pm on Saturday, when the man got on near the skate park and winked at them. They felt uncomfortable so got off the bus and caught the next one.
The girls then got off near the railway station and saw the man again near Station Square.
As they were shopping they spotted him apparently following them as they went around several stores.
You may also want to watch:
Later, the girls got back on a 102 bus at the station and the man got on the same bus at Station Square.
He appeared to be staring and winking at them.
- 1 Band and singer pull out of Latitude Festival due to positive Covid tests
- 2 Coronavirus cases in East Suffolk almost double in a week
- 3 Tributes paid to 'intelligent, humble, quiet and caring' family man
- 4 Seafood restaurant and bar set to transform historic Lowestoft pub
- 5 Lowestoft-area high school honours Year 11 students with glitzy prom
- 6 O2 phone store burglars facing jail terms for break-in
- 7 Sexual misconduct allegations against Suffolk police officers revealed under FoI laws
- 8 Businesses pitch in to give vital support to Lowestoft charities
- 9 Joy as CityFibre backs Lowestoft landmark with sponsorship deal
- 10 Campers arrive 'back in paradise' at sold-out Latitude Festival
He got off the bus at Lowestoft Road and watched as the girls went past, still on the bus.
The man was in his 50s, about 5ft9, with greasy, dark, shoulder length thinning hair followed two girls through the town centre on Saturday. He was white, of skinny build, had stubble and was wearing a black jacket and jeans.
Police are asking the man, or anyone who saw him, to come forward.