Hunt for two men after woman sexually assaulted in Bristol hotel

Police investigating a serious sexual assault of a woman in a Bristol hotel have issued images of two men who could help enquiries.

The disorder occurred in the early hours of June 14 at an unnamed hotel in the city.

The offender has been described by the victim as speaking with a Bristol accent, being white and around 5ft 7ins tall, and reportedly told her he was 34 and from the Hartcliffe area of the city.

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Police are looking to identify the two men pictured as they believe both men could assist in their enquiries.

Avon and Somerset Police said the victim is being given specialist support with the investigation ongoing and urged anyone with any information or who recognises either of the men to come forward.

The statement said: “We’re releasing two CCTV images as part of our investigation into the serious sexual assault of a woman in a Bristol hotel.

“Officers believe the men in the pictures have information which could help their inquiry into the incident which happened in the early hours of Monday, 14 June.

“The victim described the offender as white, approximately 5ft 7ins tall, of large build with blonde hair and facial hair.

“The victim also said he spoke with a Bristol accent and told her he was 34 and from the Hartcliffe area of the city.

“Detectives are also keen to talk to a man who was with the offender as they think he could have witnessed the incident.

“He’s believed to be aged in his early 20s and taller and slimmer than the offender. He wore a black hoody.

“The victim is being kept updated with the progress our investigation and has been provided access to specialist support services.

“Anyone who recognises either of the men in the CCTV images is asked to call 101 and provide the call handler with the reference 5221132440.”

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