Peeping Tom suspect comes forward

Last updated 11:45 25/01/2013

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A Christchurch man has come forward after a man was reportedly seen peering into a Mairehau house on Tuesday.

After publicity on the incident, a 54-year-old man contacted police yesterday and is assisting officers with their investigation.

No decision has been made on charges, police said.

A member of the public reported seeing a man looking into a house near Walter Park about 5.30pm on Tuesday.

The man was reportedly holding up a cellphone, possibly filming, while doing an indecent act.

The man left the area quickly after being confronted by the witness, who described seeing the man leave in a Toyota Hiace van covered in V energy drink stickers

Police received several calls from the public after publicity on the incident.

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