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15 November 2013, 10:15 | Updated: 15 November 2013, 10:34
Police in Bournemouth are trying to piece together more information after a woman was sexually assaulted while walking her dog.
Police in Bournemouth are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward after a woman was sexually assaulted in the Boscombe area of the town.
The incident happened sometime between 7.15am and 7.30am on Monday 11 November 2013 on Seabourne Road at the junction of Clarence Park Road.
The victim, a 21-year-old local woman, was out walking her dog when she was approached by an unknown man and inappropriately touched.
The offender then followed her for a short time afterwards. She was not injured during the incident.
Police Constable David Carter, of Bournemouth police, said: “I am appealing for witnesses to come forward. In particular I would like to speak with anyone who may have been out walking in the area of Seabourne Road and Clarence Park Road and may have seen the incident take place or saw a man acting suspiciously..
“This assault happened during the daylight hours so it is possible someone may have information about what happened or the offender.
“I urge anyone with information to contact Dorset Police on 101 in confidence.”
The offender is described as a white man aged in his mid to late teens, around five feet six inches tall and of slim build. He also had blonde hair and was wearing a grey hooded top and black jeans.
No arrests have been made.