Police are seeking information on two men who are wanted over an alleged indecent assault on a teenager in the toilets of a Coffs Harbour Park today.
Police are seeking information on two men who are wanted over an alleged indecent assault on a teenager in the toilets of a Coffs Harbour Park today. John Gass

Two men wanted over alleged indecent assault on teen

COFFS Harbour detectives are searching for two men after a teenager was indecently assaulted at  a Coffs Harbour park today.

The 14-year-old boy was confronted by a man inside a toilet cubicle at Salt Water Park on Harbour Drive just before 10am on Saturday, police said.

The man indecently assaulted the boy; however, he kicked him and fled the cubicle, officers were told. 

A second man then stood in the entrance and attempted to block the teen from leaving.

He managed to escape and police were alerted.

Coffs Clarence officers attended the park in relation to this incident and started inquiries.

Detectives from the State Crime Command's Child Abuse Squad are investigating the incident and are appealing for public assistance to identify and locate those involved.

The first man is described as being aged in his 50s, with tanned skin, chubby build and grey/white short hair.

The man is believed to have no teeth and has a tattoo of a number of words written on the inside of his left forearm.

The second man is believed to be aged in his 70s and appeared to have a bend in his back, causing him to walk hunched over.

Detectives are urging anyone who witnessed suspicious behaviour or who has information that may assist to come forward.

Information can be given to Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000 



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