Ipswich sex assault police speak to 130 people

Police investigating a sex assault on a woman in her Suffolk home have spoken to 130 people who were in the area where the attack happened.

The woman was at home in Ipswich on 5 June when a man entered her house and sexually assaulted her.

On Sunday night police stopped 115 motorists and a bus as part of their inquiries into the attack.

The attacker was white, aged in his mid-40s, of average build and approximately 5ft 5ins (1.6m).

He may have been wearing a navy-blue fleece and similarly-coloured trousers. He may also now have facial and hand injuries.

Det Insp Chris Hinitt said: "We continue to urge anyone who recognises the man from the description, who has seen a man with recent scratch marks to his face, arms, or hands, or who has any information about this incident to contact us without delay."

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