Update (Friday, November 25, 2022):
A “suspicious man” has been identified after engaging in suspicious interactions with a group of young women at the west end of Kingston on Wednesday 9 November 2022, according to Kingston Police.
“Kingston Police would like to thank the public for their advice and support,” said Const. His Ash Gutheinz, Media Relations Officer for Kingston Police said:
Kingston Police have released the above photo and are asking for the public’s help to identify the man in the photo, a “suspicious man” who had suspicious interactions with a group of young women.
Police said on Wednesday 9 November 2022 around 10am, the man in the photo was seen in a “small group of young women” who had gathered in a car park at LaSalle Plaza on the corner of Bath and Days Roads in London. approached. West end of Kingston. Afterwards, the man invited the women to his home and said he had “medicine to share with them.”
Kingston Police said in a press release on Thursday, November 24, 2022:
“He refused to leave the group alone and when they tried to leave the area he briefly followed them. I repeatedly offered to take my car wherever I wanted.”
Police described the man as Caucasian with a slim build, brown hair and a gray beard. At the time of the incident, he was wearing a “distinctive tawny fedora with forward-facing feathers, a brown band, and multiple pins.” He wears an unbuttoned shirt down to his chest, necklaces and pendants, a plaid button-up his jacket, faded blue jeans, and two-tone tan and grey. was The man approached the woman from a gray car with black rims that could be snow tires/rims.
Anyone with information regarding this man’s identity should contact Detective Andrew Wilby at extension 613-549-4660. 6217, or by email [email protected].
You can also tip anonymously by calling the Kingston Police General Phone Number (613-549-4660 extension 0) and requesting anonymity.