release e-fit after attacks in Acton
Ealing Police have release an e-fit picture (left) of a man they would like to question in relation to a linked series of Indecent Assault offences which have occurred in the Acton area recently.
There have been a series of five indecent assaults in the Acton Area since November 2003.
The latest linked incident occurred in Shalimar Gardens, W3 at around 6 o'clock in the evening on 17th January 2003. The victim, a 31 year old, white female) had alighted the train at Acton Main Line and walked to Shalimar Gardens via Horn Lane. Upon reaching her address she began to search for the keys of her property when a male fitting the E-fit description approached her and asked for the time.
The victim told him the time and proceeded to turn away from the suspect and began to open the main entrance to her property when she was subjected to an indecent assault. The victim reacted by pushing the suspect away at which point the suspect ran off and was last seen heading towards Julian Avenue W3.
The suspect was described by the victim of this latest offence as a Black male, aged between 16-18yrs, approx 5 04 5 06 in height, with black curly hair, a thin build, wearing a blue bomber style jacket which comes down to the top of his thighs and dark trousers.
Ealing Police would ask anyone with any information about this incident or who may recognise the suspect from the E-fit to contact DC Chalmers in The Sapphire Unit at Southall Police Station on telephone number 020-8246-1139a or alternatively Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police would also like to appeal to any victims of unreported sexual assaults, which may have occurred in this area to contact them at the Sapphire Office at Southall Police Station on telephone number 020-8246-1145 or alternatively Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.
February 29, 2004