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CCTV Released After Pregnant Woman Assault
Clear CCTV has been released in a bid to identify a man police want to speak to following a sexual assault on a pregnant woman on a Birmingham bus in May.
The man was on the number 31 bus from Acocks Green to the city centre on 20 May between 9.30am and 10.25am and had sat next to the 33-year-old woman and began rubbing her leg.
As she got up to leave he has stood behind her and assaulted her again. The woman got off the bus and was followed by the man before she approached security guards at New Street station for help.
The man is described as Asian, 5ft 6ins tall, slim build and in his 20s, he was wearing a grey jumper with black tracksuit bottoms. He had black hair and a small goatee beard.
Detective Constable Warren Moore, from Force CID, said: "This was an unprovoked assault against an unsuspecting, pregnant member of the public, who was visiting the area.
"The assault made her uncomfortable and unnerved and has had a lasting effect on her; she is unable to buses through fear of this happening again."
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