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Parents in Berkshire get letters over attacks

The first victim said the man had put his grey beanie hat over her eyes

Letters have been sent to parents in Berkshire after abductions and serious sex attacks on teenage girls.

A 14-year-old girl managed to escape when she was grabbed by a man in the Hanworth area of Bracknell on 6 May.

Two hours later a girl, 15, was dragged into a vehicle near Oxenhope in Wildridings, driven away and attacked. A third incident is also being linked.

Parents in Bracknell and Wokingham received letters asking them to be extra vigilant.

They also reassured parents that police are working hard to find the culprit.

The third attack took place in November last year when a 16-year-old girl was forced into a car in Warfield, taken to a secluded place and sexually assaulted.

One of the victims said the man had put his grey beanie hat over her eyes so she could not see where they were heading.

An e-fit has been released of a man police believe is responsible.

He is described as being of medium build, aged between 20 and 40, with brown eyes and a deep voice.

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