Woman sexually assaulted in Bletchley

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A WOMAN was sexually assaulted in Bletchley on Tuesday afternoon prompting police to appeal for witnesses.

At about 1.30pm, the 20-year-old was walking from a bus stop on Bond Avenue, Mount Farm, towards ASDA.

As she was walking along a pathway that cuts through the estate from Bond Avenue, Mount Farm, towards the V7 Saxon Street, near to Asda and KFC, she noticed a man who was walking in the same direction as her. As she walked past him, the man touched her bottom inappropriately.

The victim pulled away, and the man was verbally aggressive to her. He then attempted to grab her, so she hit him around the face with her umbrella and ran off.

The offender is white, with a slightly tanned complexion, in his late thirties to early forties, 5ft 6ins tall, and of medium build. He had blonde hair with grey patches, which was cut fairly short on the side but was a few inches long on top. He was wearing a black suit and a white shirt with no tie with his top shirt button undone. He was carrying a black laptop bag with an exterior pocket over one shoulder with the strap going across his body.

PC Chris Bigg, investigating the incident, said: “The victim was not injured in the incident but was left very shaken.

“It is possible the offender may have bruising or red marks on his face where she struck him. I would urge anyone who was in the area at the time or who recognises the description of the offender to contact me.”

PC Bigg can be contacted via the 24-hour Police Enquiry Centre on 0845 8 505 505. If you don’t want to speak to police or leave your name, call the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.