A girl was sexually assaulted by a person she tried to assist after she discovered him ‘unconscious’ on a park bench, police say.
The sufferer was strolling by way of Vale Park, AylesburyBuckinghamshire at 8.20pm on Monday 2 October when she noticed a person who was seemingly out chilly.
She approached the person to awaken him, however when he awoke he dragged her to a close-by tree the place he pinned her down and touched her inappropriately, Thames Valley Police stated.
A member of the general public intervened however the attacker ran off in the direction of the excessive avenue within the route of Tring Spherical roundabout.
Police have now launched an e-fit picture following the incident. The person is described as 40-years-old, Asian or Arabic, over 6ft tall, of medium construct and with a trimmed, black beard. He was carrying a black leather-based jacket and a black beanie hat.
Police are interesting to the general public to seek out any witnesses who might need seen the person becoming the outline.
Detective Sergeant Simon Nelmes, based mostly at Aylesbury police station, stated: “I perceive this sexual assault could trigger some concern however please be assured we’re investigating it as a precedence.
“I’m interesting for anybody who recognises the person depicted by this e-fit to please come ahead.
“Anybody with data can contact police by making a report on-line or by calling 101, quoting reference 43230442936.
“Alternatively, when you want to stay nameless, you may contact the impartial charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or through their web site.”