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Kent police specialist officers search Singleton lake in Ashford for evidence from a sex attack on a dog walker last week.

07 August 2013
by Tim Collins
A team of specialist police officers have carried out a detailed search at the scene of a sex attack in Ashford, in the hunt for evidence.
The officers painstakingly searched through grass and in woodland where a 23-year-old woman out walking her dog was sexually assaulted last Friday afternoon.
Officers spent several hours this morning scouring the scene around the footpath off Bucksford Lane, opposite Singleton lake.

Forensics officers in an area around Singleton Lake where one of the assaults took place

Detectives say they are not  linking the attack to two others committed by a “fat” pervert last year – one on a dog walker in Knights Park, and another on a girl in Singleton. 

For the full story, see tomorrow's Kentish Express

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