Warwickshire Police release artists impression of man wanted in connection with historical rape
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Warwickshire Police is appealing to the public to help identify a man from an artist’s impression. His different coloured eyes are a distinguishing feature.
Officers are eager to talk to the man in connection with the historical rape of a girl in Nuneaton. He may have information that can assist enquiries.
The incident is reported to have taken place in the Spring of 2017. The girl was walking away from Stubbs Park in Nuneaton along Green Lane when she was grabbed by an unknown man and forced into a garden, where the assault took place.
Detective Inspector Gareth Unett, Nuneaton Reactive CID said, “If you think you recognise the man portrayed in the artists impression, or have any information that may assist our investigations, please contact us immediately.
This horrific attack has devastated the lives of the young victim and her family. We have been conducting investigations as discreetly as possible to respect and protect their privacy. The victim has been very brave in agreeing to this public appeal and we sincerely hope this will open up new lines of enquiry.”
If you think you may know the identity of the man or have any information, no matter how small it may seem, call Warwickshire Police on 101. Reports can also be made anonymously to the independent charity CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.