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Local officers have been continuing enquiries throughout the week into a series of suspicious incidents in Stroud.
This follows a number of reports to police about men acting suspiciously since mid-February until March.
One incident reported in the morning of Tuesday 23 March involved a man behaving strangely near a woman and her children on the canal path as they headed towards the Queen Elizabeth II park.
The man was described as white, aged between 50 and 60-years-old, bald, wearing dark clothing and with a red face.
Another man was reported acting suspiciously in the Rodborough Common and canal area. He was described as aged between 25 and 35-years-old, with ginger or blond hair and wearing a knitted hat.
Police are asking anyone who witnesses any suspicious behaviour to contact them.
No more reports of suspicious behaviour have been reported to local police since these incidents but patrols will be continuing.
If you have any information about these incidents or witnessed them and have not yet spoken to police please use the following form and quote incident 169 of 24 March:
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