Detectives want to speak to the man shown in the e-fit above in connection with the attempted rape of a woman in Hounslow in the early hours on Sunday 13th May.
The 35-year-old woman was walking home from Hounslow East underground station following a night out when she was approached by a man, believed to be in his 20's.
He is described as Asian, of a slim build, and spoke with a foreign accent.
He grabbed the woman and pushed her to the floor, and attempted to pull off her clothing. He then ran off towards Kingsley Road.
Anyone with information is being urged to call the Hounslow and Hillingdon Sapphire Unit on 0208 721 3951.
Detective Sergeant Nicki Beecher, of Hounslow Sapphire Unit, said:
"This was a frightening attack on a woman making her way home. The victim showed remarkable bravery in confronting the suspect, causing him to run away. We urge anyone who recognises the man to come forward and speak to us."
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Veterans from the D-Day landings are being hosted at a lunch on board HMS Belfast today.
The ship has only recently been re-opened to the public after the gangway collapsed into the River Thames in November 2011.
D Day Veterans from Hillingdon are piped aboard HMS Belfast on the 68th anniversary of the Normandy Landings.
They are attending a special lunch on board the ship.
Veterans of the Normandy landings will today be treated to a special lunch on board HMS Belfast.
The event is being staged by Hillingdon Council, with big Lottery Funding, to mark the anniversary of D Day and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Richard Barnes was ousted from his Ealing-Hillingdon seat on the London Assembly.
Labour have won the Ealing-Hillingdon seat on the London Assembly, ousting Conservative Richard Barnes.
He lost the seat he had held since 2008 to Dr Onkar Sahota. On his way to the count he had said he was confident of retaining his seat.
Mr Barnes was a Deputy Mayor of London.
His defeat will come as a big stock for the Conservatives.
9 constituencies have declared so far:
- Conservative - 5 seats (-1)
- Labour - 4 seats (+1)