Police are hunting a serial "roller skating flasher" who has allegedly exposed himself inappropriately to women seven times in London.

The offender's electronic facial identification technique (e-fit) has been released by the police, asking the public's help to trace the suspect's whereabouts. The suspect, who is described to be a white man with blue eyes, six-foot-tall and bald, reportedly roamed around several areas in the capital at various times from 7:45 pm to 5:20 am.

According to the police, the man did flash himself on seven separate occasions between December 2021 and January 2022. The suspect is said to have been riding up to his victims before exposing himself in front of them. Detectives are currently on the lookout for him, investigating the incident in connection to the man in roller skates after claims were made.

The suspect reportedly approached the women who were walking alone, apart from one occasion. The first incident happened on Dec. 2 at 1 am on Grove End Road in St John's Wood near Lord's Cricket Ground. On Jan. 4, he also reportedly exposed himself to a woman on Praed Street, next to Paddington Station, at 5:20 am.

The next incident happened after midnight on Jan. 7 on Park Lane next to Hyde Park, which is the place of several five-star hotels. One again on Wapping Woods, E1 on Jan. 13, 9:30 pm and another happened on Goods Way, N1 Jan. 14 at 9:45 pm.

The man in roller skates also immodestly exposed himself in Oval Road, close to Regent's Canal, and Charlton Street, a short distance from King's Cross and St Pancras International stations in Camden. Meanwhile, his most recent incident of inappropriate action happened on Jan. 26.

The police said, "Officers are appealing for anyone who recognises him to call 101, or tweet @MetCC with the reference 7502/26JAN." Witnesses who have information are being urged to come forward. People can also provide details to the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, by calling 0800 555 111 or by visiting their website. Anyone who has been a victim of similar offence by either this man or anyone else should call 101 to report the incident to the police.

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