Woman In 60s Sexually Assaulted At Train Station

1 November 2016, 16:27

Norbiton assault

Police have released this image of a suspect after a woman in her sixties was assaulted at a South London train station

British Transport Police say they would like to speak to the man in the photo after a woman was inappropriately touched while she was waiting for a train at Norbiton rail station.

The incident took place at just after 6am on 30 September. The victim felt someone touching her from behind. She turned around and saw a man smiling at her.

He then left the station and she saw him return to the opposite platform, before boarding a train.

Investigating officer PC Mark Luker said: “This incident left the victim feeling naturally very shaken.

“We do not tolerate sexual assault of any kind and so are working to establish who the offender is and make sure he is brought to justice."

“Do you recognise the man in these images? We think he might have key information that could help us.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016, quoting 216 of 1 November.

Norbiton assault

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