A young person was raped after being approached by a person exterior a McDonald’s restaurant in Bristol metropolis centre.

The sufferer, who’s aged in her late teenagers, was approached exterior the Horsefair department within the early hours of Friday, October 5.

She was then taken to the St Paul’s space of the town and raped, police mentioned.

Her attacker is described as Asian, about 5ft 6ins tall and carrying a black hooded prime, denims and black trainers on the time.

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Avon and Somerset Constabulary has issued an enchantment for data right this moment (December 12) and launched CCTV footage of a person who officers wish to communicate to in reference to the incident.



Police would like to speak to this man
Police wish to communicate to this man

A police spokesperson mentioned: “We’re releasing CCTV footage of a person we’d prefer to establish following a rape in Bristol.

“The incident occurred at roughly 1am on Friday, 5 October.

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“A girl in her late teenagers was approached by a person exterior McDonalds on the Horsefair. He then took her to the St Paul’s space of the town and sexually assaulted her.

“The sufferer is being absolutely supported and given entry to any assist she might have.

“The offender is described as Asian, about 5ft 6ins tall and was carrying a black hooded prime, denims and black trainers.”

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Anybody who recognises the person within the footage, or has any data relating to the assault, is requested to name police on 101, quoting crime reference quantity 5218223397.

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No private particulars are taken, data can’t be traced or recorded and you’ll not go to court docket or have to talk to police when contacting Crimestoppers.

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