A terrifying sex attack on a woman in Bedfordshire has led to police issuing safety advice to motorists.
Bedfordshire Police urged people to lock their car doors after a female driver was subjected to a serious sexual assault shortly after stopping for petrol.
The attack happened in Dunstable when the woman was leaving a Shell petrol station. A man opened the passenger door and got in, then forced her to drive off and later attacked her at knifepoint.
Click below for a report from ITV News Anglia's Lauren Hall:
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