Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses after a sexual assault in Oxford.
An 18-year-old woman was walking in St James' Cemetery between Beauchamp Lane and Church Hill Road in Cowley last night, at around 11:30pm.
Two men approached the woman whilst she was walking through, when one of them grabbed her whilst the other sexually assaulted her.
She was treated at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford for a black eye and scratches to her face, but has now been discharged.
There is no description of the men at this stage in the investigation.
Anyone who may have been in the area at that time or saw something suspicious is asked to contact the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
More than 46,000 race-goers attended the first day of Royal Ascot today.
Police say as of 6pm, there have been no arrests.
The opening day of this event has so far passed off with no concerns for the police.”
Video. ITV News can exclusively reveal the final designs of a new generation of InterCity trains soon to take to the tracks across the Thames Valley. Work is underway on the first of hundreds of new bullet-style carriages in Japan for Great Western trains at a cost of almost £6 billion.
The trains will run on the mainline from Paddington through to Reading, Didcot, Newbury, Swindon and Oxford. Full size mock-ups of several carriages were secretly built to get the views of watchdogs and the rail industry and the final design is about to be approved by the Government.
Mike Pearse was given exclusive access to see the train of the future. He spoke to Andy Barr from Hitachi Rail Europe, Managing Director of First Great Western Mark Hopwood and Stephen Hammond MP, Rail Minister.
ITV News can exclusively reveal the final design of a new generation of InterCity trains soon to take to the tracks on the Great Western mainline to Reading, Didcot, Newbury, Swindon and Oxford.
Built by Hitachi they're based on the Japanese bullet train and will have more seats to ease overcrowding and are six times more reliable. The trains are part of a six billion pound upgrade. ITV Meridian spoke to the MD of First Great Western, Mark Hopwood.
There is little doubt that the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has the most to cheer about tonight as the political parties analyse the local council election results. But it was by no means a total landslide.
In the Thames Valley, though, things remain much the same. There is no change in West Oxfordshire or Cherwell with the Conservatives staying in control at both district councils.
At Basingstoke and Deane no change either, still no overall control, although UKIP gained one council seat. Labour retained control of Reading.
The big blow to Labour, was a failure to wrestle control of Swindon from the Tories. More details now from our political correspondent Phil Hornby.
Now, we've all heard of Facebook, but have you heard of FaceWatch? Thames Valley Police is using a new mobile phone app in a bid to use cyberspace to fight crime across the region. And, as Cary Johnston reports, it's already been more than a virtual success.
Thames Valley Police are using a new phone app to help them tackle crime.
Officers will post photos or e-fits of people they want to speak to on Facewatch and encourage people to share them on social media.
Town Centre markets in the Thames Valley are fighting back against fly-by-night traders who sell counterfeit and illegal goods on the cheap. They're supporting a major campaign to protect their livelihoods. Penny Silvester visited the new-look Aylesbury market. Watch her report here.
Thames Valley police are appealing for information regarding a collision in Oxford involving a fire engine and an elderly pedestrian. The vehicle was travelling towards Cowley yesterday afternoon when it hit the 79-year-old.
She was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital but died of her injuries. Any witnesses are asked to contact Thames Valley Police.
A 23-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of robbing a Next store just before Christmas while dressed as Santa.
The man went into the staff section of the shop in Oxford Retail Park, Cowley.
He threatened a member of staff with a knife and demanded cash from the shop's safe.
Once this had been given to him the man then made off on a bicycle towards Blackbird Leys Bridge.
The man has been bailed until May 21 for the robbery which took place on December 23.
Anyone with information about the offence should contact Det Con Tom Mansfield at Thames Valley Police on 101 or, if you wish to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A cash reward is being offered for information about the incident.