Oamaru Police are seeking information about Leonard James Mulholland, 71, in relation to alleged historical sexual offending.
Police, in a statement today, say the Palmerston man was arrested in December last year in relation to alleged offending involving boys.
Mr Mulholland is scheduled to reappear at the Oamaru District Court on 29 January in relation to a number of alleged indecent assaults relating to 10 victims.
A total of 95 sexual offending charges are to be laid against Mr Mulholland.
The alleged offending dates back to between 1980 and 2010 and occurred in Dunedin and Otago when Mr Mulholland was working as a washing machine serviceman in Dunedin, police say.
As part of their investigation into Mr Mulholland, police are keen to hear from anyone who has further information about him and his activities.
Anyone with information can contact Detective Warren Duncan, of the Oamaru CIB, on (03) 433 1400.
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