POLICE are hunting for a man who shouted sexual remarks to women walking through parks in Maidenhead.

On three separate occasions, a man was reported to police for making sexual gestures and comments to women across town.

Thames Valley Police believe all three incidents are linked to one another.

The first report was made on Monday, October 11, at about 3.50pm in North Town Moor Park.

A woman was cycling when a man approached her and made rude gestures towards her.

READ MORE: Ryan Reynolds watches his Wrexham team in Maidenhead

Then she continued to cycle alone Ray Mill Road West, when she was approached by a man who shouted sexual comments to her.

On Tuesday, October 19, another woman was running through Summerleaze Road along a path to Cookham when she noticed a man go into the bushes ahead of her at about 6.30pm.

After she passed him, he started running and caught p with her.

Police said the women had to stop a number of times and the man kept stopping so she could catch up with him.

ALSO READ: Windsor and Maidenhead headteachers told to get tough on Covid as cases soar

At around 3.50pm on 11 October in North Town Moor Park a woman, was cycling when a man approached her and made sexual gestures towards her.

Th offender who was running is described as an Asian man aged in his mid-twenties. He is approximately 5ft 10ins tall with a trimmed beard.

He was wearing a grey tracksuit with the hood up and Nike trainers with a distinctive sole pattern.

Investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Ryan Powell, based at Maidenhead police station, said: “We believe these incidents are linked, and we are appealing for further information relating to these incidents.

“I would like to speak to anyone who witnessed any of these incidents, or who recognises the description of this man.

“I would advise members of the public who are approached in this way to report it to the police.

“I would also like to reassure people that we are doing all that we can to identify this man. You may notice an increased presence of police officers in the local area and anyone with any concerns can speak to one of our officers.

“If you have any details which relate to this particular incident, please call Thames Valley Police on 101, quoting reference number 43210473180. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or make a report online.”