Police are hunting for a man who reportedly exposed himself to two young people in Epsom earlier this month.

The incident took place on Wednesday, August 12, at Stew Ponds on Epsom Common.

Police said that a man was riding past two young women who were at the ponds and exposed himself to them as he did so.

A spokesperson for the Epsom and Ewell branch of Surrey Police described what happened in further detail:

"We are appealing for witnesses after a male rode past two young females and was reported as exposing himself to them," a statement about the incident read.

"He is described as a male, 20-25 years' old, with brown hair and dark eyes.

"He was wearing black or grey shorts and was on a black and red pushbike," the statement added.

"The incident took place around 2.30pm that afternoon near the Stew Ponds, Epsom."

The incident was reported just days after a Surrey Police launched a separate investigation into a man who was spotted walking nude through Nonsuch Park in Ewell earlier this month.

In both cases, police are now calling on witnesses to come forward with more information so they can pursue their investigations further.

If you can help identify the man in the Stew Ponds case, contact police on 101, citing reference number PR/45200085003.