Efit of suspected Market Weighton sexual attacker
3:17pm 19th August 2011
Humberside Police have released an E-FIT image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an alleged serious sexual assault in Market Weighton.
The incident occurred at around 2.30am on Sunday 14th August 2011, when two women accepted a lift from a man driving a small red car outside of the Netto store on High Street, Market Weighton.
The car was driven along High Street, before one of the women got out of the vehicle.
The man then drove the remaining woman along Holme Road where he switched off his headlights before turning left onto the A1079 and driving into a lay-by on the A1079 .
It is alleged that a serious sexual assault then took place.
The offender then drove the woman back into Market Weighton via Sancton Road and dropped the woman off on Spring Road sometime before 4am.
Officers investigating the incident have released an E-FIT image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
Officers are also appealing for anyone who witnessed the vehicle in or around Market Weighton to come forward to assist with inquiries.
The man is described as a white, aged between 25 and 35 years with dark coloured hair and thick bushy eyebrows.
The only description of the car is that is was a red coloured small to medium sized car.
Detective Inspector Paul Kirby from Beverley CID said:
"The man switched off the car headlights whilst driving along Holme Road and the A1079, and I am hopeful that someone driving in the area would have noticed this vehicle.
"We also believe that the vehicle may have been driving erratically and at speed through Market Weighton before the incident occurred.
"The vehicle was parked in the lay-by for some time and I would ask anyone that who saw the vehicle at any point during the night to contact us.
"I am urgently appealing for anyone with any information, regardless of how small or insignificant it may seem to contact Humberside Police on 0845 60 60 222 quoting log 186 of 16 August 2011, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."
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