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Suspicious man reported in West End

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Police are warning Winnipeggers about a suspicious man spotted in the West End last night.

Around 9:30 p.m., a 15-year-old woman walking in the 300 block of Simcoe Street spotted the suspect driving alone in a silver or grey Nissan Rogue.

The man is described as about 5-7 to 5-8 tall, 40-50-years-old, black, and wearing a longshoreman’s style cap, brown/beige jacket and pants and glasses.

The suspect parked his car on Simcoe ahead of the young woman, got out of the vehicle and approached her to talk.

She didn’t respond and continued walking. Eventually the man turned away, made his way back to his car and left.

No contact was made, but the woman said she felt concerned for her well-being.

Anyone with more information concerning the suspect or the incident is urged to contact investigators at 204-986-6688.

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