CCTV released in connection to Sheffield sex assault


Latest news in Yorkshire: Published March 19, 2019 12:17:47 PM

Detectives are asking for your help to identify the man pictured, who
they would like to speak to in connection to a reported sexual assault.

The incident happened on South Street by Park Hill flats when a woman in
her 40s was approached by a man, who reportedly grabbed her and sexually
assaulted her.

The woman is then said to have hit the man before leaving the area. The
incident happened at around 1.30am on Saturday 29 September 2018.

Detective Constable Ben Taylor, investigating, said: “Extensive
enquiries have been carried out since the incident was reported and
lines of enquiry pursued, which have now been exhausted. I am now asking
for the public’s help to trace the man pictured. We believe he could
hold important information about what happened.

“I appreciate this happened a while ago now but I’d ask people to take a
close look at the picture and see if they recognise the man.

“If you can help, please call 101 quoting incident number 91 of 29
September 2018 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.”


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