Police are on the hunt for two men in connection with an indecent exposure in a public park in Falkirk.
The pair were seen standing in the middle of Bantaskine Estate in Falkirk, near to Lochgreen Road and Slamannan Road around 1.15pm on Sunday, July 14.
One of the men was naked and was wearing a grey-coloured mask, while straddling a large American flag. The other man was fully clothed and was taking photographs of the naked man with "an expensive looking" camera.
Police were alerted when the duo were spotted by a man and his eight-year-old daughter as they walked their dog. Officers attended the scene, but there was no sign of the two men.
Detective Sergeant Steven Hoggan said: "The unpleasant actions of the naked male caused alarm, particularly as the man walking his dog was with his eight-year-old daughter.
“This park is popular with dog walkers and so other people may have witnessed this, or may have noticed suspicious behaviour. If anyone has any information, they shouldn’t hesitate to contact police.”
Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland on 101, or make an anonymous report through the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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