CCTV footage released in connection with rape of woman after night out in Peterborough
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Police have released CCTV footage after a woman in her 40s was raped in the Oundle Road area of Peterborough following a night out in July.
The images show two men that police would like to speak to who may have ‘vital information’.
Officers have also released CCTV of a vehicle, believed to be a silver or grey Renault Megane 2 estate produced between 2003 and 2009. The driver of the vehicle may have vital information to assist the investigation.
As well as releasing CCTV footage, officers will be in Bridge Street and Oundle Road today (September 19) and tomorrow (20) to speak to local people in the hope of gaining more information. The officers will be handing out literature including the CCTV images.
The incident happened between 3.15am and 4.30am on July 23.
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Detective Sergeant Vikki Goddard said: “We’re urging the driver of the vehicle and the two men in the CCTV images to contact us.
“We also appeal to anyone who recognises them or who saw them that night to get in touch.
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“No detail is insignificant and you may have vital information to help the investigation.
“We hope that the CCTV images and officers on patrol in the area may help to jog someone’s memory about something they saw that could help us to catch the offender.”
Anyone with information should call police on 101 referencing Op Requisite. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit www.crimestoppers-uk.org