Law enforcement have issued CCTV images of a man they want to talk to in relationship with the attempted rape of a ten-yr-previous female in Manchester.
Officers say they are performing all they can to locate the gentleman accountable for the “horrendous assault” at close to 2pm on Saturday in Openshaw.
After the woman grew to become separated from close friends a man approached and led her to an spot of wasteland off Kincraig Shut, where he sexually assaulted her and then tried to rape her.
She managed to flee and ran toward a canine walker who lifted the alarm.
When law enforcement had arrived they searched the area but could not locate the offender.
A guy matching the offender’s description was noticed arriving at Clayton Hall tram end at one.33pm, soon after travelling there on the Ashton line from Edge Lane.
He was also spotted in other areas in Openshaw that working day, the two prior to and soon after the incident took spot, police mentioned.
Officers are retaining an open brain as to no matter whether he arrived from one more part of Manchester.
“We are continuing to do all we can to locate the gentleman dependable for this horrendous assault on an harmless youthful lady but we nevertheless need to have the general public’s help,” stated detective main inspector Rebecca Boyce.
“We have introduced photos of a gentleman that we want to speak to in connection with this incident and I would like to charm to anyone who may recognise him to you should come ahead.
“If you see the man pictured then you should do not method him but contact us straightaway instead.”
Anybody with information should phone 0161 856 1146, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.