Two dog walkers were left "frightened" after being approached by a man in Nonsuch Park last week.

Police were called to reports of a male jogger behaving in an "aggressive and threatening manner" in Nonsuch Park Epsom.

The most recent incident took place between 4.45 and 5 pm on November 26, while the second incident occurred between 9.30 and 9.40 am on November 24.

One dog walker said: "I honestly thought he was going to attack me, he literally come over and just started on me.

"I kept asking him to take a step back, I told him he was too close to me and I felt scared and frightened by his proximity.

"He kept coming closer towards me but he couldn’t actually step any closer towards me because he was right in front of me.

"I don’t think this will be the last time he tries it and I'm worried about what he will do next.

"I want others to be aware and be super careful."

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A spokesperson for Surrey Police said: "We have received two reports in relation to a male jogger in Nonsuch Park in Epsom.

"Both victims were in the park walking their dogs at the time.

"Both have given similar descriptions of the suspect, who is described as black, in his mid-20s, 5ft 11 tall, of an athletic build, clean-shaven with short black hair.

"Officers are investigating the circumstances and enquiries remain ongoing."

Anyone with any information is asked to contact us quoting crime reference number PR/45200125604 via 101.