The Toronto Police are dealing with an unusual case of serial activity after a Toronto man has been spotted around several parks in the city approaching women completely naked. Following several incidents that have occurred recently, Toronto Police has released a Public Safety alert, asking Torontonians to be aware of indecent exposure in public places. Anyone with information on these incidents is asked to contact the Toronto Police.
According to a news release, Police are currently searching for a middle age man who has been spotted approaching four women in three separate parks throughout the city of Toronto.
The first incident occurred at around 12:30 PM on May 27 in David A. Balfour park where the naked man approached a woman in the park and attempted to start a conversation with her.
The second incident occurred on a day after on May 28 when the naked man approached a woman in Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens Park around 11:30 AM and attempted to engage in a conversation.
The last known incident also occurred on May 28 at around 1:30 PM when the man approached two women in Sherwood Park and attempted to engage in conversation.
While the three descriptions of the men differ slightly, they all describe him as a middle age man that is around 6 feet tall. He speaks with an accent and is described as a medium build. On all three occasions, the man was wearing a blue backpack, socks, and shoes.
Constable Caroline de Kloet told CP24 that she believes that all three incidents involve the same suspect.
Sadly, this isn't the first time that the Toronto Police have had to deal with a man who has appeared naked throughout the city. At the beginning of the month, police reported that a man was spotted running around North York Centre Subway station completely naked.
Even then, this kind of incident with naked people at subway stations has happened more than once. When police were dealing with the suspect on the North York subway station, many Twitter users also reported that they had seen a similar incident occurred at the St. George subway station within the same day.
Anyone with information on the most recent case that is occurring throughout the local parks right now is asked to contact Toronto Police at 416-808-5300 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-8477.