Appeal after woman, 35, attacked by three men in Stirling

Police in Stirling are investigating an attack on a woman in the city by three men.

Officers said the 35-year-old was found by members of the public on a property in Bruce Street.

The attack by the men happened at about 21:00 on Wednesday.

Those responsible are described as being white and in their mid to late 20s. They may also have had access to a light blue-coloured car. Police have appealed for witnesses.

Det Insp Kevin Carr said: "This type of incident is unusual in the city of Stirling.

"I am appealing for anyone who has any information which may be relevant to the incident to come forward and allow us to fully investigate the circumstances and identify those responsible."

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