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30 May 2015, 05:57 | Updated: 30 May 2015, 06:01
As we reach a week on from an attempted rape in Milton Keynes, there is now an e-fit of a man police want to speak to over it.
At approximately 2pm on Friday (22/5) an 18-year-old woman was walking her dog in Oakridge Park, Milton Keynes, near the Grand Union Canal when a man approached her, pushed her to the ground and attempted to rape her.
She managed to escape and run home and contact the police.
The offender is a 25-35 year-old man, 5ft 10ins, medium build, with brown eyes and an Eastern European accent. He was wearing a black beanie hat and grey tracksuit bottoms.
Det Chief Insp Kelly Glister from Milton Keynes Force CID, said: "There will be police patrols again in the area tomorrow (29/5) and if anyone has information about the incident or thinks they may recognise the offender from the e-fit picture we are publishing I would ask them to get in contact with the police on 101.
“The victim is being supported by our specially trained officers and continues to help police with their enquiries. Our officers are on hand to provide reassurance to the local community and anyone with any concerns can contact the police on 101.
"We do not believe the incident is linked to any other recent reports.”
If you don’t want to speak directly to the police, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.