Didcot park rape: More witnesses sought by police
Potential witnesses who could have information about a rape in a park are being urged to come forward.
A woman in her 30s was raped by a man who tripped her from behind near outdoor gym equipment in Edmonds Park in Didcot, Oxfordshire, at about 18:45 BST on 11 October.
She was found soon after in a distressed state in Newlands Avenue by a member of the public.
Police want to trace several witnesses including three dog walkers.
The suspect is described as 5ft 7ins or taller and was wearing dark clothing, including a hooded top with drawstrings.
- A person thought to be aged in their 50s with a large beige or white dog, believed to be a Labrador or golden retriever
- A woman who parked her BMW X5 in Fairacres Road just before 19:00 and walked into the park
- Men and women running through the park in high visibility clothing, possibly part of a running group
- A woman walking a black dog with a muzzle, possibly a West Highland terrier
- A teenager using the outdoor gym equipment in the park near the side closest to Newlands Avenue and who possibly spoke to the victim after the attack
- A white man, aged in his mid 20s, who was wearing a Superdry hooded top and white knee-length shorts and using a silver iPhone
- A white man, aged in his mid 30s, with dark brown hair who was wearing black and walking a Jack Russell
Police said a dog walker they previously wanted to trace had come forward.