E-fits released after rape
by Alex Wellman Police have released e-fit images of two men wanted in connection with a rape in Willesden. The victim, a 28-year-old woman, was grabbed off the streets as she made her way along Park Parade in Willesden at around 11.30pm
by Alex Wellman
Police have released e-fit images of two men wanted in connection with a rape in Willesden.
The victim, a 28-year-old woman, was grabbed off the streets as she made her way along Park Parade in Willesden at around 11.30pm on Saturday April 11.
She had just passed the Convent of Jesus and Mary Primary School when the attackers grabbed her from behind. She was taken to a nearby address, raped and later released by the two men.
The two suspects are described as black, possibly of African origin and aged in their 20s.
One of them was wearing a red baseball cap and has a distinctive scar on the right side of his face, he also had two lines shaved into his left eyebrow.
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Officers from MPS Brent Sapphire Unit are investigating the incident and are appealing for any information
Det Con George Smart said: "This was an attack on a lone female, it is important we identify these men. Were you in Park Avenue or Willesden High Road at the time of the assault? Do you remember seeing or hearing anything suspicious? Do you recognise these men?
"If you have any information that may help police, please call Brent Sapphire Unit on 020 8733 3773 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Please quote Operation Gabera and an officer will be able to help you."