Police have appealed for any witnesses to come forward after a woman was dragged into a bush and strangled in Ruislip.
Police have said that the incident occurred just after 6pm on Tuesday, 16 August ‘near Stafford Road’, Ruislip.
The victim, a woman in her in her 20’s was approached from behind and dragged into a nearby bush, where the suspect then assaulted her by strangulation.
The suspect fled the scene towards an unknown direction.
Police would like to identify the ‘person of interest’ who is described as a white man, approximately aged between 21-25 years old, 6ft in height black curly hair, dark eyes, pale skin, and purple top- t shirt style and black shorts, who was on a bicycle.
Detective Inspector Tony Smith, West Area Command said, “We are looking for the public assistance with this concerning incident. I urge anyone that saw anything suspicious or are the person that we would like to identify to come forward. I would welcome any CCTV or dashcam footage of anyone who may have been running away from the area of Stafford Road, Ruislip.”
Anyone with information should call 101 with the reference CAD 5573/16AUG. Information can also be provided to Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.