Detectives continue to investigate sexual assault in Great Wyrley
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Detectives continue to work tirelessly to identify the person responsible for the sexual assault in Great Wyrley.
The assault took place at approximately 5pm on Saturday 24 April when the woman was walking her dog in woodland off Walsall Road, near to The Star Inn. He fled in the direction of Fishley Park.
An e-fit has been released in the hope someone will recognise the man.
The man is descried as white, aged in his late 20s, approximately 5ft 10in tall and had a local accent. He is also described as having light-brown hair and bushy eyebrows.
He was wearing a faded black hooded top, a blue surgical Covid mask, a baseball cap with a black peak, black polyester jogging bottoms with a white stripe around the shin area. He was also wearing black trainers, similar to Nike Air trainers but unbranded.
Detective Inspector Beverley Matthews, of the force’s Rape and Serious Sexual Assault team, said: “Officers have been conducting a significant number of enquiries this past week and I would like to thank the community for all of the information put forward so far.
“Anyone who has any information which could be relevant is urged to come forward.”