The Bermuda Police Service issued another public advisory today, as inquiries regarding unknown men committing public acts of indecent exposure continues.
A police spokesman said: “Recent incidents have been reported in the Crow Lane, Pembroke area and the South Road, Smith’s Parish area.
“As a result, it is strongly recommended that all runners and walkers:
- remain vigilant
- avoid dimly lit areas
- run or walk in pairs or a group
“If you encounter such offensive behaviour while out exercising – do not become confrontational. Instead, remain at a safe distance and get the best description you can of the offender.
“Only if it is safe to do so, take a photo with your phone – if you have it with you.
“Report the matter to police immediately, including the time, location and any description or photo(s).
“An accurate description or clear photo of the offender(s) will further assist detectives in identifying and apprehending the individual(s) committing these public acts of indecency,” he added.
In the interim, he urged anyone with any information to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477.