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Reading: Police hunt man over rape
Thames Valley Police have released an E-Fit image of a man they want to speak to, after a woman was allegedly raped in the town centre in 2010.
The victim got to know the man over a period of a few weeks before the alleged attack, which took place at an Address in Mount Pleasant. It's believed he could have given her a false name.
Police say the victim, who's in her 40s, only felt able to come forward about it last May, and it has taken some time to produce the E-Fit images.
Anyone who thinks they recognize the man - believed to be Asian and in his 30s - should contact Detective Constable Paul Jacobs Thames Valley Police on 101.
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