CCTV images of man after Glasgow Green sex attack

CCTV footage shows a man police want to speak to in connection with a serious assault in Glasgow Green in April

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Police investigating a sexual assault on a woman in Glasgow Green have released CCTV images of a man they want to trace in connection with the attack.

The 27-year-old victim was attacked as she walked into the park from Saltmarket at about 23:30 on 19 April. She managed to break free and escape.

The man in the CCTV footage is white, about 5ft 8in tall, of medium build with medium-length dark brown hair.

Police believe he may have witnessed the attack or have information.

Public appeal

At the time the images were taken, he was wearing dark jeans and a dark sleeved top or shirt.

Det Insp Diane Caldwell, of Police Scotland, said: "I would appeal to anyone who knows the man or his whereabouts to contact police.

CCTV images of man police want to trace Police have urged the man in the CCTV footage to contact officers

"I also appeal directly to the man himself to get in touch with officers."

The victim was attacked as she made her way home from work.

She did not need hospital treatment but was left badly shaken by her ordeal.

Forensic teams were deployed to examine areas of Glasgow Green following the attack.

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