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Police investigating sexual assault release CCTV

Police investigating a serious sexual assault want to speak to this man caught on CCTV Credit: Kent Police

Detectives investigating a serious sexual assault in Canterbury have released a CCTV image.

A woman reported she was the victim of a serious sexual assault in a car park in Link Lane in the city on the afternoon of the 6th of October.

"We believe that the man pictured may have information which could help with our enquiries and I would ask that the man – or anyone who recognises him - gets in contact with us."

– Detective Sergeant Chris Greenstreet

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