TERRINGTON ST CLEMENT: Police issue witness appeal poster to find two men wanted for assault.

POLICE have taken the unusual step of distributing a witness appeal poster in a Fenland village, to find information about an assault. They hope people may recognise e-fit images of the two men wanted for the attack on a woman in Terrington St Clement. Th

POLICE have taken the unusual step of distributing a witness appeal poster in a Fenland village, to find information about an assault.

They hope people may recognise e-fit images of the two men wanted for the attack on a woman in Terrington St Clement.

The woman was attacked in a home in Emorsgate at 1.20pm on Sunday August 31. The two men entered the home and one punched the woman about the head. Police believe the victim was deliberately targeted.

Investigating officer Pc Sonia Humphreys said: "The victim has been extremely brave and worked closely with us to help identify her attackers and we hope the community may hold information which can lead us to the men responsible.


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"The woman was attacked during broad daylight and we are hoping the poster may jog residents' memories - particularly if they recall seeing these two unfamiliar men or a suspicious vehicle in the village at the time of the offence."

The two white men, both English, are thought to be local to the Wisbech or King's Lynn areas.

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The first man was approximately 5ft 8in tall in his early 40s, with a stocky build, blue-green eyes and clean shaven. He was wearing a white short-sleeved v-neck T-shirt, jeans and scruffy white trainers. He had a distinctive silver bar through his right eyebrow.

The second man was 5ft 6in tall, in his 30s, and had a tanned complexion and slender build. He was wearing a plain white baseball cap, a blue top, skinny black jeans, black shoes and a wristwatch.

The posters have been distributed at public venues around Terrington St Clement and surrounding areas by members of the Terrington Safer Neighbourhood Team.

• CONTACT: Pc Humphreys at King's Lynn Police Station on 0845 456 4567. Alternatively, information can be passed in confidence to any member of the Terrington Safer Neighbourhood Team.

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