Wanted Sydney man attempted to commit bestiality on dog

Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a man who exposed himself to two women and assaulted their dogs, attempting to commit bestiality on one in Sydney’s west.

About 1pm yesterday (Sunday 9 August 2015), a 20-year-old woman and a 23-year-old woman were walking two dogs on the Canal Walkway, Greystanes.

They were approached by a man on a pushbike who started speaking to them. He was wearing a grey t-shirt and dark blue shorts with a pin stripe through them. He also wore dirty white and red skater style shoes.


The man then assaulted one of the dogs, before exposing himself and then is believed to have attempted to commit bestiality on the other dog.

The women quickly left the area and contacted police a short time later.

About 8.15am today (Monday 10 August 2015) detectives from Holroyd Local Area Command were patrolling the area when they spotted a man of similar description on Gipps Road, near Bilpin Street, Greystanes.

The man fled and police pursued him on foot for a short time. PolAir and the Dog Squad attended however the man was unable to be located.

Police have seized a number of items believed to be associated with this incident.

Police from Holroyd Local Area Command continue to conduct inquiries into the incident. Images have been released of a man who police believe can assist with their investigation. The man depicted in the images is described as Indian/sub-continental appearance, 180-190cm tall, with a dark complexion, unshaven, with short black hair.

A photograph of a bicycle has also been released.

Anyone who can assist with information or may recognise the man in the images or the bicycle is urged to contact police.


Picture: NSW Police

Picture: NSW Police