Poster To Find Pregnant Woman's Attacker
18 July 2012, 12:39 | Updated: 18 July 2012, 13:06
Terry Turner was nine months pregnant and walking to a midwife appointment when she was brutally attacked down Dog Kennel Walk in Dunstable.
Police have released a poster to try and find any witnesses to the attack. It includes a picture of Terry's horrific facial injuries and detail of a man they want to speak to.
The man was wearing a white T-shirt and was riding a bike on Tuesday 26 June 2012, when the attack happened.
He was seen talking with a young girl at the junction of Dunstable Road and Cemetery Road. Its thought he could have vital information about the attack.
Terry, 19, has since had her baby. She gave birth to Noah on Thursday 12 July. Terry and Noah are both pictured below.
DC Hawthorne said:
"I am pleased to say that Terri and her new baby are doing very well and Terri is recovering from the facial injuries she sustained during the assault.
"This investigation is still continuing and it is important that officers speak to anyone who was in the area at the time of the assault as they could have information that may help this investigation.
"We hope that the posters distributed this week in the area will spark people's memories and encourage the young man and woman who were seen standing at the junction of Dunstable and Cemetery Road to come forward and speak to officers. These people do not have anything to fear but they could help identify others in the area."