Police plea after Dewsbury park sex attack

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was sexually assaulted in an incident in a Dewsbury park, it was revealed today.

The Kirklees Safeguarding Unit would like to speak to anyone who has information about the incident which took place between 7.20pm and 7.50pm in Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury on Wednesday May 20.

It took place after 2 males alked up to a 19-year-old female who was sat with her friend on a bench near to the museum.

The men tried to speak to the 19-year-old but she told them to go away and made her way to leave.

As she did so, she was indecently touched by one of the men who then cycled away

The first man was describes as tanned, around 16y ears of age, 5ft 1in tall, od slim build with short dark brown hair. He was wearing a blue and white top and jogging bottoms and was riding a BMX style bicycle.

The second suspect had paler skin and was 5ft tall, with ginger hair and stockier build. He was also wearing a white and blue top and riding a BMX style bike.

Neither of the men spoke English.

DC Sally Dale of the Kirklees Adult Safeguarding Unit, said: “We are appealing for witnesses to this offence and would like to speak to anyone who knows either of these men or who saw the incident take place.

“Anyone who has information is asked to contact the Kirklees Adult Safeguarding Unit on 101 or to ring the Crimestoppers charity, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.”