Crimewatch features Suffolk school rape
TELEVISION'S Crimewatch team was due to be in Suffolk today to film a reconstruction of an attempted rape of a woman at a school.Cameras from the BBC programme will be at Burton End Primary School in Haverhill to film actors playing out the attack on the middle-aged woman on May 17.
TELEVISION'S Crimewatch team was due to be in Suffolk today to film a reconstruction of an attempted rape of a woman at a school.
Cameras from the BBC programme will be at Burton End Primary School in Haverhill to film actors playing out the attack on the middle-aged woman on May 17.
The victim was grabbed from behind as she went to close a classroom window and forced to the floor.
The man then pulled a Stanley knife on her and tried to pull her trousers down. But the woman fought back and forced him to flee.
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Det Insp Andy Henwood, who is working with the crew for its monthly programme next Wednesday said: "We have had several successes in the past, where crucial information has come forward as a result of people watching the programme and I am hoping that we will have a good response.
The attacker is white, in his 30s, about 5ft 10in tall, with short dark "spiky" hair. He was unshaven and wearing an off-white or dirty top and grey jogging bottoms.
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Anyone with any information should call Haverhill police on 01284 774100 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.