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26 July 2013, 13:07 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Officers investigating the rape of a street worker in Derby are re-appealing for information two months after the attack.
The assault happened in the early hours of Sunday, May 26 in the garden of a house in Hartington Street.
The woman had met the man in Normanton Road. As they walked down an alley in Hartington Street, he punched her and hit her on the head with a brick. He then sexually assaulted her in a prolonged attack.
She managed to escape from him after hitting him on the head and ran for help.
Officers have worked with the 30-year-old victim to produce an image of the man who attacker her.
The incident is being investigated by Operation Diamond, a specialist team of officers who investigate serious violent and sexual crimes.