Officers investigating a reported sexual assault close to Rotherham town centre have released CCTV images of a man they believe could help with enquiries. A 20-year-old woman was walking towards St Ann’s Road when she was approached by a man who struck up conversation with her, on Sunday, May 21 at around 8.35pm. After walking a short distance together, the man is then said to have sexually assaulted the woman before she ran from the area.
Three women were seriously injured in a collision in Ingleton. The two-vehicle collision occurred on the A65, near the Moorgarth Farm Campsite, at about 3.30pm on Wednesday. Police are now appealing for information. A North Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: "It involved a light blue Vauxhall Agila and a dark blue Skoda Superb. The Vauxhall was being driven south towards Settle by a woman from the Braford area and her friend, also from the Bradford area.
Police are appealing for information following an incident at about 4.45pm yesterday in Harehills Road, Harehills, near to the Bayswaters. The boy had been walking to the shops when the man grabbed him by the arm as he was crossing the road. The child struggled free and ran off. The man was described as a white male with a bald head who was wearing dark clothing. He walked off along Harehills Road towards Roundhay Road.
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