Police officers appealing to identify and talk to man after repeatedly looking inside of Burbage property

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 11 December 2021

A BURBAGE resident has raised concern to local officers over a man’s behaviour outside their property – and now police are appealing to identify and talk to him.

(Image: Hinckley Police)

Detectives working with Hinckley Police officers have released an image of the man that they would like to talk to following a series of incidents in Burbage.

The picture was released following a number of incidents which have been reported to them since November, where a man has been noticed peering into the window of one particular property, based on Kingston Avenue, usually around 5.30am.

Officers have stated that it is believed that on some occasions, he has even taken photos through the windows of property.

The person who lives at the property in question does not know the man.

The man is believed to be in his late 40s and early 40s and has been seen with a male dog which is brown in colour, which could be a wirehaired pointer, or similar.

He has not been noticed outside any other properties in the area.

Detective Constable, Jasmine Freer, the investigating officer, said: “I’d like to speak to the man pictured about these incidents, as I believe he may have information that could help my investigation”.

“If you know who he is – or indeed that person is you – then please get in touch.”

Anybody with any information is being asked to report it to officers by calling the non-emergency police number of 101 quoting reference 21*701632, or alternatively, reporting it online here.

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