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Police have given Heart a computer generated image of a man after an attempted sex attack back in October.
The incident, which happened in the early hours of Saturday 31 October last year, is one of a number of unsolved similar incidents in the county, which are being investigated further by Kent Police.
The victim, a 20-year-old woman, was walking in Alkerden Lane, Swanscombe, when she was grabbed from behind. However, she was able to give a good description of the man to police who put together this computer-generated image.
He is described as a white man, aged about 30 years and around 6ft tall. He was of stocky build and was overweight around the stomach. He had wide nostrils and a round-shaped face with a small dark tuft of hair under his bottom lip.
He was wearing light faded blue jeans and a dark hooded cardigan. The hood was lined with brown fur and a zip front with toggle buttons on the front. He was wearing white trainers and a silver cross chain around his neck. Police believe he is local to the Swanscombe or Greenhithe area.
If you have information which may help police with their inquiries, call PC 11440 Geoff McCreery at North Kent Police Station on 01474 366091 or Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.