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A young man pictured in a party shirt is wanted by police over a spate of indecent acts in front of women on trains across Sydney.
Police are investigating four separate incidents where a man is accused of sitting next to women before performing a sex act on himself while on public transport between November and June.
The first incident occurred on a train travelling between Redfern and Parramatta on November 12, and left a woman screaming, before she moved seats and the man left the carriage.
One week later and again on November 30 he caught a city-bound train from Penrith and repeated the crime.
The fourth incident occurred on the night of June 3 on a train travelling between Wynyard and Milson's Point.
Police are now looking for a man between 20 and 30, with a tanned complexion, a sleeve tattoo on his right arm, another tattoo on his left forearm and short black hair.
They have released CCTV footage of the man wearing a short-sleeved colourful button-down shirt and a grey cap.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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