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A man with multiple lip piercings is in the sights of police investigating an indecent act on a train bound for Chester Hill last month.
At 8.34pm on June 4 a 24-year-old woman boarded a train at Sydenham for Chester Hill on the Bankstown line.
At 8.53pm, a man boarded the train at Punchbowl and sat opposite her before exposing himself and committing an act of indecency when the train was between Punchbowl and Sefton.
Police Transport and Public Safety Command officers have been investigating the incident and have released CCTV images of a man who may be able to assist with inquiries.
The man depicted is of Asian appearance, in his mid-30s, medium build, with dark hair and three piercings below his lip.
He is shown wearing a dark cap, red hooded jumper with the letters “TDC” written on the front in white writing, a black leather style jacket over the top of the jumper, beige pants, blue shoes with white laces, a distinct black and blue backpack (pictured) and using white earphones.
Police are urging anyone with information, or anyone who knows the identity of the man to come forward.
This article first appeared on www.dailytelegraph.com.au
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