A 55-YEAR-OLD Selkirk man who admitted communicating indecently with what he believed to be two 14-year-old girls has been placed on supervision for the next two years at the town’s sheriff court.

William Henry committed the offence at his home in East Port between the end of 2021 and the start of last year.

He sent naked pictures of himself to one girl and asked to meet the other, after sending the adult decoy sexually-explicit videos.

The court heard that members of the Wolfpack Hunters group turned up at his home on January 5 last year to confront him and police were contacted.

As part of the supervision order Henry was told he must declare any internet devices he uses to the police and is not allowed contact with any child under 16 without prior approval of his supervising officer.

Henry was also made subject to the notification requirements of the Sexual Offences Act for the next 12 months.