A 14-YEAR-OLD girl and a dog walker on the Liverpool loop line were left shaken and upset after separate incidents of indecent exposure in the L9 area of the city.

Now Merseyside Police is appealing for information to find up to three offenders -  including one who was using a walking stick.

The first incident was reported on 28 July when at around 8.10pm, it was reported a man exposed himself and made suggestive comments to a 14-year-old girl near Long Lane, Fazakerley.

The offender then got on a push bike and rode away.

He is described as white, in his 40s, with very short ginger/brown hair and a large build. He was wearing a green/blue/turquoise Berghaus coat and jeans or dark-coloured trousers.

The second incident took place at about 11am on 21 August on the loopline between Warbreck Moor and Montgomery Road, in Aintree. A woman was walking her dog when a man started speaking to her, then followed her off the loopline where he exposed himself.


He was described as white, in his early thirties, about 5ft 5in tall, of medium build, with brown hair and was clean shaven. He was wearing a navy blue baseball cap, a navy blue shirt, and grey tracksuit bottoms with an elasticated waist.

The most recent incident happened on Thursday, 15 September when a woman walking with her family reported seeing a man exposing himself near the junction of Rice Lane and Brook Road in Walton. He is described as white, in his 40s/50s, 5ft 8in tall, with a stocky build. He was wearing a baseball cap, black t-shirt and walked with a walking stick.

Neighbourhood Inspector Sarah Jones said: "I am keen to hear from anyone else who has seen men matching these descriptions acting suspiciously and can tell us who they are, or anyone who may have had a similar encounter.

“None of the victims were hurt during the incidents but all were left extremely shaken by their ordeals. This was an upsetting thing to happen but all of the victims did the right thing in getting away from the men, before keeping calm, calling police and providing detailed descriptions of the men.

"I would like to reassure people that we are taking these incidents seriously."

If you have any information on the incidents, contact Liverpool CID on 0151 777 4065 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.