Police want to speak to this man after a woman was grabbed whilst out running in Preston.
The 22-year-old was jogging along Blackpool Road parallel to Moor Park on Saturday at around 3.25pm when a man on a bicycle has stopped in front of her.
The woman has gone to run around him when he has grabbed at her. She has managed to get free and ran off away from the cyclist.
DC Caroline Turley from Preston CID said:
The victim was understandably shaken by this incident and thankfully managed to run off.
We need to find this man and so if you think you may know who he is, please get in touch with us.
- Anyone with information can call 101 quoting incident reference 1036 of May 13th.
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Takeaway drivers are being targeted by gangs in Preston.
Two delivery drivers were robbed in the same day on Sunday. The first theft was around 1am when a man attempted to deliver pizza on Wilmot Road in Ribbleton. He was threatened by four men and handed £20 worth of food over.
The group are described as white, in their twenties and were dressed in dark clothing.
Later that day at, 8:30pm, a second theft tokk place after another takeaway worker again attended an address on Wilmot Road where he was threatened by a man with a baseball bat and ordered to hand over £50 of food.
The offender was described as white, of slim build, aged approximately 26 to 27 with black jeans and a dark jacket.
These poor delivery drivers were only doing their jobs when they were both threatened and one assaulted.
We think these two incidents are linked given how similar they are in nature and also given the location.
If you have any information about either incident, please get in touch with us by calling 101 quoting crime reference SA1707323.
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