A man wearing a T-shirt bearing the message ‘I don’t care’ is being sought by police after exposing himself to a teenage girl in Glasgow.
Three women reported being accosted by the suspect, thought to be in his mid-20’s, during a 90-minute period on the canal path between Crow Road, the Lock 27 pub and Kelvindale train station on Friday, April 22.
Officers say the man “never approached or talked to” the victims, but added all were left distressed and upset by the incidents in the Anniesland area.
An appeal has now been launched to trace the man responsible.
The 14-year-old was targeted shortly after 4pm before a 30-year-old and 41-year-old were later confronted over the next hour and a half.
Officers have since stepped up patrols in the area in an effort to reassure the public.
The man is described as white, with brown hair and wearing a baseball cap during at least one of the incidents.
He was also said to be donning a black T-shirt with a white motif featuring the slogan and sleeves rolled up to his elbows, dark coloured trousers and black sandals.
Detective Constable Paul Houston of Pollok Police Station said: “The suspect did not approach the women or speak to them but they were upset as a result of these incidents.
“Officers have carried out enquiries and are studying CCTV footage from the local area to gather more information on the man responsible.
“We fully appreciate that incidents of this nature can cause alarm within the local community, and while none of the victims have been approached by the suspect, they are still distressing to witness.”
DC Houston added: “As a result, we have stepped up patrols in the area to provide public reassurance while our investigation continues.
“If anyone was in the area around these times on Friday, 22 April and saw this man acting suspiciously, or has any information that will assist officers please contact 101 with reference 2866 of 22 April.
“Alternatively contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, where anonymity can be maintained.”