An 18-year-old woman was dragged from the roadside into woodland and raped in a horrific attack shortly after she left a village railway station in Berkshire.
The woman was walking away from Datchet railway station at about 10.10pm on Wednesday when she was approached by a man.
Police said she initially tried to ignore his advances, but after a few minutes he grabbed her and dragged her to a wooded area at the junction of Majors Farm Road, Ditton Road and London Road.
Thames Valley Police said the woman was being supported by specialist officers.
The attacker is described as an Asian man of average build, aged about 35 to 45. He had receding black hair which was longer on top but shorter on the sides, and a prominent nose.
He was holding an umbrella and wearing a smart jacket or blazer, a dark patterned scarf and blue jeans.
Detectives have urged witnesses or anyone with information to contact police.
Search teams are trying to find a man who's missing after getting into difficulty in the Jubilee River in Datchet in Berkshire.
Police were called shortly after 7pm yesterday evening to a report of people having entered the river at The Myrke.
One man is believed to have got in to difficulties in the water and is yet to be located.
Officers have been liaising with partner agencies and search activity is being carried out to attempt to locate the man.
Berkshire fire and rescue are dealing with a fire at a warehouse at Riding Court Road in Datchet tonight. They have eight pumps, one aerial platform and an Incident Command Unit at the scene.
A Scottish & Southern Energy spokesperson has said that power has been restored to 1,700 homes in Datchet in Berkshire, which lost energy at around 8pm last night.
Power was returned in stages throughout the evening. The firm said that all properties were connected by half past midnight.
The spokesperson said energy was returned within a relatively short time considering the logistical challenges due to the flooding in the area.
The firm thanked customers for their patience throughout the repairs. The problem was a cable fault. The spokesperson said that while there was nothing definitive to say the cable fault was to do with the flooding, that could not be ruled out at this stage.
Following severe flooding at Datchet, the line between Staines and Windsor & Eton Riverside is blocked. Due to the roads in the area being flooded, it is not possible to operate a replacement Bus service at this time.
First Great Western will accept South West Trains tickets via any reasonable route, primarily between Windsor & Eton Central and London Paddington via Slough. London Underground will accept passengers between Paddington and Waterloo.