Woman with child attacked at Sandhurst nature reserve

A woman has been attacked while walking though a Berkshire nature reserve with her three-year-old son.

The woman, in her 20s, was grabbed on boardwalks in Wildmoor Heath, Sandhurst, on Saturday evening.

The attacker fled towards Crowthorne when he was disturbed by a jogger, who police now want to trace as a witness.

House-to-house inquiries have been taking place and the area was sealed off to allow forensic investigations to take place.

Two dogs

Police described the attacker as white, in his late-20s or early-30s, of slim to medium build, and about 5ft 8in or 5ft 9in tall.

He had light brown short hair and spoke with a foreign accent.

He was wearing a black zip-up fleece, blue jeans and white trainers, police said.

The jogger who officers want to speak to as a witness was white and wearing red shorts and a red T-shirt.

He was running with two dogs described as a white and black pitbull or bull dog and a Jack Russell terrier.

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