Surrey Police have released an 'e-fit' image of the man suspected of several acts of incident exposure.

As the Surrey Comet previously reported, the man is suspected of indecently exposing himself to several girls in Long Ditton and Hinchley Wood.

The first incident took place on Saturday, March 16 when a man approached two girls near the Budgen’s store in Hinchley Wood, exposing himself.

The second incident on March 20 took place on King’s Road at around 4.45pm when a girl saw a man jogging towards her, exposing himself.

In both cases, the suspect then got into a white van with blue writing on the side before driving away.

The third incident took place on Saturday, March 30 at around 12.20 on Ditton Hill Road, Long Ditton with the same description of the offender as above.

All three incidents targeted 15-year-old girls.

Commenting on the ongoing police hunt for the suspect, Elmbridge Borough Commander, Inspector Dallas McDermott, described the incidents as "obscene" and reiterated Surrey Police's appeal for the public to help them find the individual.

Mr McDermott said: "We want to catch this individual as soon as possible, so please call us if you have any information or see anyone jogging in the area who closely matches the description. Fortunately incidents like this are rare, but we want to put a stop to such obscene behaviour as quickly as possible.

"The offender has targeted young girls who have all been 15 years of age. My officers from the Specialist Neighbourhood Team are patrolling the area and we also have our Neighbourhood Policing Team conducting unmarked patrols."

"I would also ask members of the public, if you have been subjected to an indecent exposure by the same individual, then please report it to us as we take such incidents very seriously and want to ensure that we have the full picture of offending."

If you have any information, or you have seen a man or vehicle in the area matching the above descriptions, you can contact Surrey Police on 101 (999 in an emergency) or , quoting reference PR/45190029389.

Surrey Police said that they understood that those who had been subjected to indecent exposure might be unsure about coming forward. They reiterated their offer of support for anyone who had been targeted in this case and added that any information from the public could be beneficial in their investigation.