Police are on the hunt for a man who is alleged to have committed an act of indecency in front of a group of children two days in a row.
The first incident occurred about 4.40pm on Sunday, when the children were walking along a bike track in Strathfield South.
Police said the youngsters noticed a man leaning against a fence. He then spoke to the children and committed an act of indecency, forcing the kids to run home.
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The following day, around the same time, the children were walking near the canal in Barks Hut Reserve, when they noticed a man hiding in the bushes.
Police said the children recognised the man from the day before and they ran to a nearby house where the parents and police were contacted.
Police are now searching for a man who may be able to assist with inquiries.
He is described as being aged in his mid 30s, about 170cm tall with a dark complexion and a skinny build. He was last seen wearing a white baseball cap and a black shirt with an orange logo.