Police are investigating a brutal attack on a woman in New Bradwell, Milton Keynes. The incident took place between 10pm and 10.20pm on Tuesday 24 March, in High Street, New Bradwell.
A man pinned a woman against a blue Peugeot 307 by the throat before punching her to the face and knocking her to the ground.
He then tried to push and drag the victim into the car, before punching her again several times, until she broke away and crossed onto Bradwell Road.
The offender then followed the woman in the car, before pulling into the bus stop in Bradwell Road, where he dragged the victim onto a grassed area at the entrance to Permayne and further assaulted her.
The victim was last seen walking up Permayne but has not been located or identified.
Police describe the victim as: White, in her twenties, about 5ft 4ins, with medium length straight blonde hair.
The offender is described as: Black, mid to late twenties and was wearing a blue T-shirt.
He was heard shouting during the incident, which took place over the course of about 15 to 20 minutes.
Police would like to speak to anyone who was in the area during the times and witnessed the incident.
A 31-year-old from Milton Keynes has been arrested on suspicion of using threatening/abusive/insulting words/behaviour with intent to cause fear/provoke unlawful violence. He has been bailed until 29 April.
Anyone with information about this incident should contact investigating officer Louise Lindsay, of Milton Keynes police station, via the 24-hour enquiry line 101.
If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers (opens new window) anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
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