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New e-fit released of Bracknell attacker

New e-fit of suspect
The new e-fit has been compiled from a witness description

A new e-fit image has been released of a man police believe attacked three teenage girls in Bracknell, Berkshire.

Police compiled the image from a description given by a witness who saw a man leading a girl away on 6 May.

On that day a 15-year-old was dragged into a vehicle in Wildridings, driven away and sexually assaulted.

Two hours earlier a 14-year-old was grabbed by a man in the Hanworth area. A sex attack on a 16-year-old in November is also being linked.

In the first attack, the victim 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.

'Local connections'

Det Supt Rob Mason of Thames Valley Police said: "We've already had a fantastic response from the public, both by phone and via Facebook, and I'm hoping that today's e-fit will prompt further calls.

"The investigation is fast-moving, though we are yet to catch the person we believe has committed these three offences.

"I remain convinced that the offender has significant local knowledge and connections, as he appears to know the areas very well. He is likely to be known to local people."

A previous e-fit was released by police of a suspect, described as being of medium build, aged between 20 and 40, with brown eyes and a deep voice.

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