Appeal to women after 'sex assault' at Norfolk concert

Police investigating an alleged sexual assault on two 13-year-old girls at an open air concert in Norfolk are keen to trace two possible witnesses.

The girls claim they were sexually touched by a man standing behind them in Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn, on Saturday night.

Two women are believed to have intervened, police said.

A man has been arrested and is currently on police bail pending further inquiries.

Take That tribute

One of the women is described as in her late 30s to early 40s, with shoulder length brown hair.

She was wearing white three-quarter length trousers and a white top with an orange flower design on it.

The second woman is described as aged in her mid 50s, with short blonde hair, wearing a blue t-shirt and white three-quarter length jeans.

The incidents are believed to have happened at about 2045 BST during the performance of a Take That tribute act as part of Festival Too.

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