Ipswich sex attack suspect e-fit released

E-fit of suspect
Image caption The victim said her attacker seemed about 40 years old but he had a younger voice

An e-fit of a man suspected of sexually attacking a young woman in Suffolk has been released by police.

The man attacked the 19-year-old on wasteland off Belstead Road, Ipswich at about 23:20 BST on 31 July.

Detectives also want to trace three groups of people who were in the area around the time of the attack.

They said a man jogging in Belstead Road and a couple and a group of teenagers who were in Stoke Park Drive could help them in their investigation.

'Frightening attack'

Det Insp Stuart Sowerby said: "I would urge all these people to contact police as they may be able to assist with our investigation into a frightening attack."

Officers have made searches of the wasteland, viewed CCTV footage and have spoken to people living nearby.

They released the e-fit with a detailed description of the man they want to trace.

The victim said her attacker was about 5ft 10in (1.78m) tall, and large.

She put him at about 40 years old although his voice sounded much younger.

He also had a large chin, a large flat nose with a bump on it and may have a skin condition on his face.

He was wearing a dark coloured zip up hooded top.

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