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Woman assaulted in Burswood car park
Woman assaulted in Burswood car park

Update, 2.20pm: Police are speaking to a suspect in relation to an indecent assault at a Burswood car park earlier this year.

Earlier today police called for witnesses to the assault, which occurred at the Burswood Entertainment Complex on January 20. Police released security images of two men wanted for questioning.

This afternoon, police said information from the public led to a new line of inquiry and police were speaking with a person.

No charges have yet been made.

A 36-year-old woman was walking through the undercroft car park about 9.30pm when she was confronted by two men who had been refused entry into the Burswood night club.

One of the men indecently assaulted her but she managed to escape as the second offender approached.

The first man is described as aged 25-30 years, fair skinned, about 180cm tall and of medium build. He had dark, thinning hair and tattoos on both forearms and chest.

The second man is also described as aged between 25-30 years and of fair complexion. He is of muscular build with short brown hair and has tattoos on at least one arm. .

Anyone who may have any information on this incident is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Police would like to remind members of the public to be mindful of their surroundings when walking or jogging alone.

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