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Police hunt man after Swansea teen sex attack

Police in Swansea are investigating an allegation of sexual assault against a 13-year-old girl which happened in Cockett Park at around 8.45pm on Monday.

The suspect is described as being male, white, of small build, possibly middle-aged, around 5ft 5ins in height with curly hair and a small moustache. He was wearing black tracksuit bottoms and a grey jacket with a zip at the front.

An investigation into what is a very serious allegation is continuing and the scene is being preserved. House-to-house, CCTV and forensic enquiries are ongoing and the victim is being cared for by specially trained officers.

– Detective Inspector Darren George of Morriston CID

Police are appealing to anyone who saw a man fitting this description in the area before or after the time of the incident to call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Man arrested in connection with sexual assault

Police have arrested a 21 year-old man in connection with a serious sexual assault which happened near Swansea Civic Centre at around 5.40pm on Wednesday.

The female victim, who is aged in her 50s, was walking from her work place to her car when she was threatened before being sexually assaulted.

The man was arrested in the Swansea area and is currently in custody at Swansea Central Police Station.

South Wales Police say the investigation is continuing.

Police appeal after "serious sexual assault" in Swansea

Police are appealing for information after a "serious sexual assault" in Swansea city centre at around 5.40pm on Wednesday evening.

The female victim, who is aged in her 50s, was walking to her car which was parked in a car park on the western side of Swansea Civic Centre on Oystermouth Road, commonly known as County Hall.

The woman was threatened before being sexually assaulted by a white man described as being between 20 and 30 years old, of slim build, unshaven, wearing jeans, a hooded top and a baseball cap.

Police are in attendance at the scene and an investigation into the incident is continuing.

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