"We hope by releasing the e-fit we are able to jog people’s memories.
“As you can imagine, the incident had a detrimental effect on the victim. Even to this today she is traumatised by the events of that night.
“We have never given up on catching the person responsible. We hope that someone may hold a piece of information that is the key to tracing the offender.
"We want to bring him to justice and give the victim some closure on the awful events of that night.”
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