Update: Man arrested after woman, 19, allegedly sexually assaulted in Gippeswyk Park in Ipswich

A man has been arrested after a teenager told police she was sexually assaulted in an Ipswich park as she walked home late at night. A man has been arrested after a teenager told police she was sexually assaulted in an Ipswich park as she walked home late at night.

Thursday, May 8, 2014
7:17 PM

A man has been arrested after a teenager told police she was sexually assaulted in an Ipswich park as she walked home late at night.

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The arrest comes hours after police issued an e-fit image of the suspect following the attack in Gippeswyk Park at around 3.30am on April 25.

A man allegedly grabbed the 19-year-old woman’s backside before she pushed him away and walked off.

The man followed her again and grabbed her by the arms. A struggle ensued and the victim managed to free herself before running off.

Today, police have arrested a 32-year-old man from Ipswich on suspicion of sexual assault.

He has been taken to the Martlesham Police Investigation Centre to be questioned.

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