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Man grabs her from behind and tries to drag her into bush

Redlees Park, Isleworth


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The police are investigating an assault on a women that took place in Redlees Park in Isleworth earlier this month.

The woman was jogging through the park at around 6pm on 8 November when a man grabbed her from behind and tried to drag her into a nearby bush.

She fought him off and managed to free herself before sprinting home to report the incident to the police.

Later her mother posted on social media, “ Thankfully she is fine, still a bit fearful.

“The police were fantastic. They are treating it as a kidnapping and the forensic team were great.”

She said that her daughter had been wearing headphones and had run the same route in the park for three years without any problems previously.

A Met spokesperson said: “The woman is being supported by officers.

“A crime scene has been established. “No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.”

Locals expressed their shock that at the assault in a park where they are regulars.

Anyone with information is asked to call police via 101 quoting reference CAD 5748/08Nov.

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November 16, 2021


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