Enfield Police Looking to Identify Suspect Accused of Lewd Behavior

Police have released a surveillance photo of the suspect and are looking for anyone with information to contact them.

Enfield police are seeking the public's help in identifying a young man accused of lewd behavior.

On the afternoon of Aug. 17, 2012, the male suspect depicted in the photo had followed two young females while inside the Enfield Square Mall, and appeared to be performing lewd acts as he was walking behind the girls. When confronted by security officers, the male fled without being identified, Det. James Held said. 

The suspect was described as a thin white male in his late teens, with acne scars and brown hair parted in the middle and covering his ears. He was wearing a white tee shirt with writing on the front, dark blue nylon shorts with a light blue "V" pattern on the sides, and brown sneakers.  

Anyone with information that could help to identify the suspect is asked to contact the Enfield Police Department at (860) 763-6400 and ask to be connected with Det. Held. Please reference case #C2012-36697.

Earl James Eaton January 04, 2013 at 05:31 AM
Complimenting someones cleavage and staring at it was not supposed to be a felony. Complimenting breasts by strangers was not supposed to be a crime either. Compliments of the breasts is not something anyone should be coerced into giving a dishonest apology about does not fix the problem it compounds it, because cops no longer are good anymore, they cant tell model citizens apart from common criminals anymore with these superfluous satanic laws we have in effect these days.


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