Surrey

Surrey Police seek two men over Guildford sex attack

Two men are being sought by police after a serious sexual assault in Guildford.

Surrey Police said an attack took place in the Charlotteville area of the town in the early hours of Saturday.

Patrols have been stepped up and officers are talking to local residents in a bid to trace the men. No details have been released about the victim.

Police want to speak to anyone who saw two men acting suspiciously in the area at the time.

'Bad English'

Det Insp Fran Breslin said: "We are appealing for help from the local community to help us piece together what has taken place.

"There is a strong possibility that residents may have noticed these two men acting suspiciously and may be able to assist us."

She said there was also a strong possibility that at least one of the men involved in the attack between 00:30 BST and 01:00 BST did not speak very good English.

Det Insp Breslin added: "There will be additional patrols in the area talking to local people and I would urge anyone who thinks they can assist to speak to one of the local officers."

The men were both described as being "dark skinned". One was described as between 18 and 19 years old, wearing a dark jacket and blue jeans.

Police want to speak to anyone who may have seen them in the area of the Upper High Street, Jenner Road, Harvey Road, or Sydenham Road, between midnight and 02:00 BST.

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