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Essex police release pictures of Gravesend man wanted for alleged sexual assault in Harlow

05 August 2014
by Gareth Arnold

Police have released images of a Gravesend man they want to speak to in connection with a sexual assault in Harlow. 

A woman in her 40s, from Harlow, reported she was attacked in the Town Park at about 4.30pm on Sunday, July 27.

She said she was with a man she had met earlier that day, who pulled her into a big wooded area of the park, sexually assaulted her and then tried to rape her.

She shouted at him and escaped.

Detective Inspector Terry Balding said: “The man shown in the images is Miles Conlon. He is 5 ft 6 ins tall, 22 years of age, with short dark hair and was last known to be living in the Gravesend area of Kent.

"I’m keen to identify his whereabouts so we can speak to him about the alleged offence and potentially eliminate him from our enquiries.”

Police want to speak to this man in connection with a sexual assualt in Harlow Town Park

Police want to speak to this man in connection with a sexual assualt in Harlow Town Park

Anyone with information in connection with this rape allegation is urged to contact detectives at the West Sexual Offences Investigation Team on 101, Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or email the incident room at SOIT@essex.pnn.police.uk

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