Hertfordshire Constabulary has re-launched an attraction after a woman, 16, was sexually assaulted whereas boarding a bus in Watford.
On June 21 of this yr (2021), a 16-year-old woman was ready on the bus cease in St Albans Street close to to the Esso petrol station.
It was round 10.40am when the woman started to board the bus earlier than a person touched her backside. He then walked off within the course of Leavesden Street.
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Officers have now re-released CCTV photos of an individual who they consider may be capable to assist with their investigation following the incident.
Detective Constable Marius Edghill, who’s investigating, mentioned: “We’ve been finishing up in depth enquiries into this incident and we’re extraordinarily eager to determine the particular person pictured as he was within the space on the time and will have important data.
“Our earlier attraction generated a possible identification for the person however sadly this has now proved destructive.
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“For those who recognise him, or have another data that may assist, please name the non-emergency quantity 101 or e mail me at Marius.Edghill@herts.police.uk quoting crime reference 41/46559/21.”
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