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“Goofy, spotty” sex attacker groped mum

December 6, 2012, 10:57 am

BUS passengers have been asked to look-out for a “goofy” sex attacker who groped a woman in front of her three-year-old son.

A CCTV image showing the hooded suspect approaching the 24-year-old victim and the toddler has been issued by investigators in the hope someone will spot him and contact police.

The mum got off the number 11E bus at Yardleys Swan Island, near Tesco supermarket, and was walking to Coventry Road for a connecting service.

Its understood she was followed by the man – described as having “goofy” yellow teeth and spotty, pock-marked skin – who spoke to her in another language before the assault.

The incident occurred at 11.45pm on Saturday 20 October and officers have been working hard to identify the man while supporting the distressed woman.

Detective Constable Gemma Lancaster from the forces Public Protection Unit is leading the investigation. She said: “This was a disturbing attack on a young woman carried out in front of her young son.

“The victim has been left traumatised by her ordeal and we are keen for anyone who believes they recognise the man, or may have seen him, to contact us on the 101 phone number.”

The attacker is described as white, possibly Polish, in his 20’s, 5ft 6ins tall and of medium build with short, dark greasy hair. Its understood he had a noticeably spotty, pock-marked complexion. He was wearing a dark coloured tracksuit.

Anyone with information is urged to contact DC Lancaster on 101 or alternatively call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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