Police inquiry after sex attack on woman in Swansea city centre

Police have launched an inquiry after a woman was sexually assaulted in Swansea city centre.

The incident happen at about 07:40 BST on Thursday morning in Orchard Street near the junction with College Street.

The male attacker is described as of Asian appearance, slim build with short wavy hair and dressed all in black.

He is said to have approached the woman and sexually assaulted her. A man of a similar description had earlier approached a woman by the Dragon Hotel.

South Wales Police are appealing for the woman who was approached by the hotel to come forward along with anyone else who may have been approached.

She was described as 40 to 50 years old wearing a red short sleeve top and grey trousers carrying a black handbag.

Officers say the woman who was assaulted was not hurt but was left shocked and upset.

Anyone with information is asked to contact South Wales Police or Crimestoppers.

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