Sackville RCMP arrested a Nova Scotia man this week in connection with complaints received by police in the past week that a male was approaching young women in his vehicle.
The latest incident happened on Tuesday evening, Oct. 29, while a woman was walking alone in downtown Sackville. The incidents involved a man in a red car stopping to ask women for directions. None of the incidents involve the man getting out of his vehicle or physically harming any of the women who were approached.
In one instance, however, it’s alleged the man was committing an indecent act, exposing himself to the woman.
The 33-year-old man was arrested around 10 p.m., after police stopped a vehicle that matched the description of the car associated with the complaints.
The man was been released on conditions, one of which is not to be within the boundaries of the town of Sackville. He is scheduled to appear in Moncton Provincial Court in Jan. 2014.