Appeal after woman ‘sexually touched’ by dog walker

Police are appealing for a man to come forward after it was reported that he had assaulted and sexually touched a woman in Gloucester last week.

The incident took place in the Awebridge Way area at around 8.20pm on Friday (18 March) and involved a local resident and man who was walking his dog.

The victim stated that the assault and sexual touching took place after she attempted to get the man’s loose dog to leave her alone.

It was reported that the dog had previously chased the woman whilst the man watched on meaning that she had to shoo it away.

The man was described as being white, around 5ft 4ins in height and wearing a hat, puffer jacket and jeans. His dog was a Jack Russell type breed and called Nutmeg.

Investigating officers are asking the owner of the dog or anyone who knows of his identify to please come forward.

Information can be submitted by completing the following online form and quoting incident 545 of 18 March:

Alternatively you can call police on 101.

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