Indecent act on North Vancouver track leads to police warning (PHOTO)

North Vancouver RCMP seeks help identifying a suspect who allegedly exposed himself to a woman along a popular city trail.

The Mounties are investigating the alleged indecent act that took place on April 22 at 6:35 a.m. near 245 West Esplanade in North Vancouver.

Police said the man was on the Spirit Trail in Waterfront Park, sitting on a bench in a bend along the trail overlooking the water. He is said to have unmasked himself as a woman walking by, who suffered no physical injuries in the incident.

Here’s a composite drawing of the suspect:

North Vancouver RCMP

Police say the suspect is described as a white man with gray hair and blue eyes. They are between 6′ and 6’3 tall, between 200 and 260 lbs. They are about 57 years old and look unkempt.

RCMP has issued a number of warnings in recent months about sexual assaults that have taken place on and around popular trails in North Vancouver, including assaults on youth.

If you recognize the man in the sketch or have more details, please contact North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311. If you see someone you think may be the suspect, call 911.

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