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25 June 2019, 15:17 | Updated: 25 June 2019, 15:18
Detectives investigating a serious sexual assault on a woman as she walked home from work have released an e-fit of the offender.
The woman was attacked in Norton Road, Stourbridge – near the BP petrol station and Mary Stevens Park – in the early hours of 9 June before being assaulted.
The attacker – a white man with a bald head believed to be in his 30s – made off in a black car which is understood to have shiny alloy wheels, tinted windows and a loud, sporty exhaust.
West Midlands Police said the victim had worked with officers to create an e-fit of the offender which police hope will lead them to the attacker and fount CCTV of the car they believed to be involved.
#WANTED: We've issued this e-fit in a bid to catch a sex attacker who assaulted a woman in #Stourbridge earlier this month. He was driving a black car with shiny alloy wheels, tinted windows and a loud exhaust. Call us on 101. More: https://t.co/836Ad5cQEr pic.twitter.com/7tAEhOAfj1— West Midlands Police (@WMPolice) June 25, 2019
Sergeant Stuart Platt from West Midlands Police’s Public Protection Unit urged anyone who believes they may know the offender to get in touch.
He said: “This was a shocking assault on a lone female in the early hours of the morning – we need to identify and apprehend the offender as soon as possible.”