Police hunt sick middle-aged pervert who ‘performed a sex act’ while peeking into a nursery – as they release footage of the man they want to talk to
- Police have launched a man’s cabin to track down an alleged nanny
- An unknown man allegedly committed an indecent act near young children
- Researchers have released CCTV footage of a man who may be able to help
A desperate search is underway to track down a middle-aged man who allegedly committed a “sex act” while lurking outside a daycare center.
The disturbing alleged incident took place on Thames Street in Balmain, western Sydney, at approximately 1.15pm on August 17, leaving parents and staff shocked.
police said: man captured on surveillance video near the scene may be able to help with their investigation.
Have you seen this man? Police are relying on information to locate this unknown man who they believe may push for investigation
An audience member raised the alarm when she: reportedly saw the unknown man in the middle of the indecent act and tried to intervene.
“When the public approached the man and called the police, he left the scene,” the police said in a statement.
‘Officers from the Leichhardt Police Area Command attended extensive patrols in the area; however, the man could not be located.’
Police have now launched a manhunt to track down the alleged sex offender and are calling on the public to help.
Researchers hope to speak to this man described as a white man, about six feet tall, in his forties or fifties, of average build, with brown, thinning hair
The man who wants to speak to the police is wearing a dark jacket with blue jeans and sneakers
Researchers say a man caught on camera footage may be able to help with their investigation.
“The man depicted in the images is described as a white male, about five feet tall, between the ages of 40 and 50, of medium build and brown, thinning hair,” police said.
“He is shown wearing a dark jacket, blue jeans and sneakers.”
Anyone with information about the identity of the man in the video or the alleged incident is urged to contact police immediately.