Chelmsford: Witnesses sought after women assaulted in park attack

Police

Witnesses are being sought after a women was assaulted in Central Park in Chelmsford on Friday August 23.

At around 12.30pm a woman was approached by three men in their late teens who threw a drink over her before one of them then hit her. All three men then ran off.

Two of the men are described as being of mixed heritage and the other was white.

The white man, who is believed to have been called Cam, was described as having dark hair and was wearing a turquoise and purple hat which said ‘Hornets’ on it. He also had on faded blue shorts with a yellow stripe on the waist band, and suede royal blue Nike trainers. In addition, he was carrying a brown, red and green man bag.

The second male had a tattoo of the word BAILEY on his neck and had a rotting front tooth. The third male was of chubby build. The park is likely to have been busy at the time of the assault and police officers would like to hear from anyone who saw what happened. They can call PC Chloe Lingane at Chelmsford Police Station on 101.


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