Man hands himself in over indecency allegations

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A MAN has handed himself in after police issued photos of a man suspected of acting indecently in a Fyshwick store late last month and then again in a Greenway shop. 

The photo of the man police want to talk to in relation to two incidents of indecent behaviour.

Police say the alleged offence in Fyshwick took place on October 28, while in Greenway it was on November 2.

Police say the man is assisting in the ongoing investigation, however they continue to receive calls from the public identifying the man, pictured in a in black T-shirt. 

Police say the photos were released in a call for the alleged offender to be identified and described him as having brown hair and, at the time of the offences, wearing glasses, jeans and boots. 

Police seek man on alleged indecent behaviour

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