Gardaí release photofit of sex assault suspect

Gardaí release photofit of sex assault suspect

Gardaí have asked for the public's help in investigating a sex assault on a woman in her late 30s.

The attack occurred at Carpenterstown Park, known locally as Tir Na Og Park, Diswellstown Road, Dublin 15 last Saturday (October 18) at approximately 7.30am.

The woman was approached and assaulted by a man while walking through the park.

The man is described as being Caucasian, 5’8”/5’9” in height, aged in his late 20s, with straight brown hair which is short at the back and longer in the front.

He wore braces on his teeth.

He spoke good English with a foreign accent. He was wearing a grey hoody top and dirty beige trousers at the time of the incident.

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information, particularly those who were in the vicinity of Carpenterstown Park on Saturday morning between the hours of 6.45am-7.45am to contact them at Blanchardstown Garda station on 01 6667000, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666111 or any Garda Station.

Anyone who may have noticed any activity in the park over the last number of week as also asked to call Blanchardstown Garda Station.


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