Armadale Police on hunt for man who grabbed mother walking in Champion Lakes

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ARMADALE Police are looking for a man who grabbed a mother while she walked with her child and dogs in Champion Lakes.

About 3.30pm yesterday in the vicinity of Henley Drive, police said a man jumped out from behind shrubbery and grabbed a woman by the back of her pants and asked her to go with him.

The woman screamed and the man ran back in to the bush, and was last seen heading in the direction of the caravan park.

The suspect is described as light skinned and between 50 and 60 years old, with dark eyes and facial stubble, and appeared to be wearing a brown wig that went to about his shoulder blades.

He was wearing a grey hooded jumper, black track pants and a pair of thongs.

Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote inquiry number 1209 1715 2016 390.

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