Fresh appeal over Suffolk rape

INVESTIGATORS into the rape of a Suffolk woman on her doorstep said they are disappointed that no-one in the area at that time has come forward.Suffolk police have put out fresh appeals for information on the attack, which happened as the 41-year-old Haverhill woman put out her rubbish on Sunday evening on the Clements Estate.

INVESTIGATORS into the rape of a Suffolk woman on her doorstep said they are disappointed that no-one in the area at that time has come forward.

Suffolk police have put out fresh appeals for information on the attack, which happened as the 41-year-old Haverhill woman put out her rubbish on Sunday evening on the Clements Estate.

House to house enquiries are continuing in the area and a number of leads generated by members of the public are being worked on.

Detective Chief Inspector Paul Marshall is urging anyone who was in the area between 10.30pm and midnight to come forward as they may have vital information.


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He said: "Although we have had a number of calls into the incident room we are disappointed that no-one has come forward to indicate that they were in the area on the night in question.

"We know that there were people in the area prior to and after the attack and I would urge them to contact me in the incident room immediately.

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"The attacker may have been lurking in the area prior to the incident and you may have seen someone acting suspiciously but thought nothing of it at the time."

Anyone with information should call 01284 774154 or Crimestoppers on freephone 0800 555 111.

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