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Police are searching for a man believed to be linked to several indecent assaults in Sydney's north.
CCTV footage was released Monday showing the man of Asian appearance with a slim build and short black hair, with detectives hoping he can assist in their inquiries.
It is in relation to a series of indecent assault incidents that occurred in 2014 in the cities northern suburbs.
Earlier this year, police from the State Crime Command’s Sex Crimes Squad established Strike Force Nerada to investigate a number of indecent assaults in Sydney between 2014 and 2015.
The investigation includes two incidents in 2014 that investigators believe are linked.
The first took place in May 2014, with an 18-year-old woman indecently assaulted on Lindfield Avenue, Lindfield.
A man came to the woman's aid during the attack, with the unknown assailant fleeing from the location.
The second incident saw a 30-year-old woman be grabbed from behind after getting off a bus on the Pacific Highway in Killara.
It occurred in late November 2014, with the man pushing the woman to the ground and indecently assaulting her.
Both incidents were later reported to local police with Strike Force Nerada detectives now releasing video of a man they are looking to speak with.
In the clip he is seen wearing a grey hoodie and dark-coloured t-shirt, with cargo shorts and black sneakers.
Police are urging anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
This article first appeared on www.dailymail.co.uk
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