Peninsula Child Protection and Investigation Unit detectives have appealed for information after reports of inappropriate and anti-social behaviour in Apex Park at Deception Bay.
They received a complaint about a man’s behaviour last Thursday, November 17 and say many people were in Apex Park at the time, including a group of young children playing soccer.
Police say reports indicate a man – described as Caucasian, aged in his mid-to-late 30s and wearing a salmon hoodie, black pants and with a goatee – was at the Captain Cook Pde park about 3.30pm.
Detectives have appealed for people with any information that could help the investigation to contact them through Policelink.
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