Detectives release E-Fit of man wanted in connection with Kilburn attempted sex attack
Suspect grabbed victim as she walked through a park in the early hours of the morning
Police have released an E-fit of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an attempted sex attack in a Kilburn park.
The 29-year-woman was targeted as she made her way home through Kilburn Park Grange at on Sunday, September 16, at around 3.30am.
The suspect grabbed her arm, asked her what she was doing in the park and tried to frogmarch her to the entrance claiming he was a park warden.
During the struggle he pushed her and shouted that he was going to rape her before fleeing when she escaped from his grip screaming as she ran.
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The suspect is described as a short white man, who was black clothing, including a polo shirt with red and white piping on the collar and cuffs.
If anyone recognises the suspect or has any information about the incident they are urged to call Camden Police by using the 101 number.
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Alternatively they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.