Police appeal for CCTV witnesses in sexual assault inquiry

Police investigating the sexual assault on a 28-year-old woman last Sunday have released new CCTV footage of a number of potential witnesses they want to talk to.

Firstly, they would like to speak to the man whose image was released yesterday and is described as wearing a dark coloured ˜beanie' style' hat, a light brown/camel-colour fleece or jacket, dark trousers and brown sh"s.

The man was seen talking to the victim in La Motte Street and Police would also like to talk to 3 potential witnesses - 2 women and a man “ who were in La Motte Street around the same time, walking from the direction of the shopping precinct towards the Social Security building.

One of the female witnesses is seen wearing a light-coloured hat or hoody, while the other is carrying a light-coloured bag across her shoulder and the male witness is wearing a dark-hooded top.

Lastly, Police would like to talk to a man who was seen talking to the victim outside La Cala nightclub at around 2.05am. He is described as late 20s, around 6' tall with short dark hair, wearing a checked shirt with a white t-shirt underneath and a khaki/brown jacket.

The assault on the 28-year-old Asian woman is believed to have happened sometime between 2.30am “ 4.30am on Sunday December 18 2011, in the grounds of Royal Bank Court on College Hill, after the woman had become separated from friends following a night out in the town where she had earlier been at the La Cala and Mimosa nightclubs.

She is described as around 5'2 with long dark hair and wearing a black and white spotted top, black trousers, black boots and carrying a large white handbag.

Detective Chief Inspector Alison Fossey, who is leading the Inquiry, said: "We would ask that these potential witnesses come forward. We also appeal to anyone who believes they may recognise someone in the images, or has information that may assist our investigation, to contact States of Jersey Police on 612612. Information may also be a passed on anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.



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