Hampshire police are appealing for information after a woman was sexually assaulted on the Isle of Wight.
The incident happened between midnight and 12.45am on Tuesday 27th August.
A woman had just been to the cashpoint at Lloyds Bank in Cowes when she was grabbed behind by an unknown man who then sexually assaulted her.
The 32-year-old victim managed to hit out at him and he fled from the scene of the attack.
DI Martin Chudley said: “We are appealing for witnesses to this serious sexual assault, which took place during the early hours of Tuesday morning. Officers would like to hear from anyone who was out at around that time, and who may have seen or heard anything that may assist the investigation."
Kent Police believe that several sexual assaults in the Ashford area were carried out by the same man.
A computer generated image has been made following reports that a 23-year-old woman was assaulted on Friday, August 2.
The victim was walking her dog near Singleton Lake, Kent when the alleged assault occurred.
It is now believed the man responsible could be the same person wanted in connection with two other assaults reported in Ashford last year.
On June 29, 2012, a 17-year-old girl was sexually assaulted as she walked to school.
A 47-year-old woman also reported she had been assaulted on September 6, 2012 as she walked her dog off Britannia Lane.
Police are looking for a white man, around 6ft2ins in his late 30s.
DI Richard Vickery, who is leading the investigation, said: "We are almost certain this man will be known locally and would urge anyone who recognises him or has any information to contact us immediately."
A 33-year-old woman has been sexually assaulted in Bournemouth. It happened around 4pm on Sunday 19th May at the rear of the Nuffield car park on Lansdowne Road.
Police have released two CCTV pictures of a man they wish to speak with.
Detective Constable Richard Skinner, of Bournemouth CID, said: “The man pictured is around six feet tall, with short black hair and is wearing a white shirt, blue jeans and three quarter length black jacket.
“I would like to reassure members of the public that this was an isolated incident and there is no risk to anyone using this car park.
“I would urge the man pictured – and anyone who recognises him – to contact me in confidence.
DI John Turner, of Force CID at Abingdon police station, said: This was a particularly nasty incident as the victim was walking with her child at the time, so I am keen to speak to anyone who may have seen someone acting suspiciously in the area around the time of the incident.
“I would like to use this opportunity to continue to remind people to be aware of their personal safety and follow the crime prevention advice available on our website."
If you have any information please contact DI Turner via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.