POLICE are looking to speak to a man following an incident of indecent exposure at a leisure centre.
A man was reported to have exposed himself and act inappropriately to staff at The Triangle Leisure Centre in Burgess Hill.
The incident happened at around 4.20pm on June 13.
Officers believe the man pictured could help with their enquiries.
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A Mid Sussex Police spokesman said: “We’d like to speak to him in relation to an incident of indecent exposure at The Triangle Leisure Centre in Burgess Hill.
“A man was seen to expose himself and act inappropriately in the presence of staff at the leisure centre around 4.20pm on June 13.
“Through extensive enquiries completed so far, officers have found a man they believe could assist with the ongoing investigation.
“The man pictured, or anyone who recognises him, is asked to contact police online or by calling 101 quoting serial 954 of 13/06.”
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