Horror as man blocks woman's path with his car and grabs her as she walks down street in broad daylight in Cam | The SunNovember 3, 2023
THE hunt is on for a man who grabbed a woman and then mounted the pavement with his car, forcing her to hit him to escape.
The terrifying attack unfolded in broad daylight Cam,Gloucestershire and police are now desperately trying to find the man.
The 22-year-old woman says she did not know the man – who at first asked her the time – and it was a random attack.
An e-fit has now been released in the hopes someone will recognise him.
Gloucestershire Police said: "The man had been driving a red car along Dursley Road, near the junction with Springfield, on Tuesday when he pulled the vehicle over and asked the woman for the time.
"He then mounted the pavement in front of her to block her path, exited the vehicle and approached the woman, who is aged 22.
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"The man, who was described as being white, middle-aged with greying hair and spoke with a local accent, grabbed her by the arm. She hit him in the face and left the area.
"The incident happened at around 4.15pm and it is not known what direction the man left in. It is understood that he did not follow her.
"Enquiries are taking place and police are keen to hear from anyone who recognises the man from the e-fit image or who lives in the surrounding area and may have information which could help.
"In particular, investigating officers are asking people to review their dashcam and home footage between the times of 4pm and 4.40pm on Tuesday, in case it has captured anything which could assist."
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You can provide information to police online by completing the online form and quoting incident 332 of 31 October.
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