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Saturday, October 04, 2014
SLEEPING WOMAN SEXUALLY ASSAULTED BY RAPE-JIHADIST ON LONDON TO BIRMINGHAM TRAIN
British Transport Police (BTP) officers are appealing for witnesses to the sexual assault on the 6.49pm Euston to Birmingham New Street service on August 13.A man who sexually assaulted a woman whilst she slept on a train may have got off at Northampton station.
Sergeant Mark Summerfield said: “The victim, a 25-year-old woman, boarded a carriage towards the front of the train at Euston.
“During the journey, she fell asleep only to be awoken as the train passed through Leighton Buzzard, by a man sexually assaulting her.
“She challenged the man, but he ignored her.
“She then demanded that he let her out of her seat, which he did.”
The woman left the train at Milton Keynes and alerted police.
Officers met the train at Rugby station but could not find anyone matching the description of the man.
This means the man could have got off at Northampton station, which is in between Milton Keynes and Rugby.
The man is described as Asian and in his forties.
He wore a white shirt, which was either short-sleeved or had the sleeves rolled up, dark suit trousers and carried a heavy dark shiny coat.
Sgt Summerfield said: “We are keen to speak to anyone on the train who witnessed this incident or believes they have any information which could help our investigation.
“I am particularly interested in talking to two women who sat opposite the victim prior to the assault.
“One of the women had a laptop; the other was reading a book.
“Both got off the train at Leighton Buzzard.
“The victim has been left traumatised by this assault, and we need to find the man responsible as soon as possible.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016, quoting reference MSUB/B7 of 21/08/2014.
Information can also be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111