Surrey Police are appealing to the public in their search for a man who allegedly exposed himself to at least two women in Elmbridge recently.

Police said that they had received two different reports of a man indecently exposing himself to women in the Elmbridge area.

The first happened on Randolph Close in Cobham on May 19, around 4.30pm.

"The victim was walking along Randolph Close in Cobham when she was followed by a man who then exposed himself to her," a police statement read.

The second instance happened in the woods on Esher common just two days ago on Monday (June 29), around 2pm.

"The victim was walking her dog in the woods when she spotted the suspect with his trousers down and exposing himself to her," police said.

In both cases, the suspect was "described as a black man, around 6 “ 2 and of medium build. He was wearing black top and bottoms and was wearing black headphones."

Detective Constable Rebecca Martin is investigating the incidents.

"We are keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed something either on these days or experienced anything similar another time," she said.

"This particular offence is often reported later or not at all and we wanted the public to understand the seriousness and help us with this investigation."

Any witnesses are asked to call Surrey Police on 101, quoting reference number PR/45200067157, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.