Police hunt woman who 'sexually assaulted a boy, 13'

Police hunt young woman in red fishnet tights who ‘sexually assaulted a boy, 13, in Primark after winking at him’, as they release CCTV image

  • Police have released CCTV of woman said to have sexually assaulted 13-year-old
  • She is described as being aged between 20 至 30 and wearing red fishnet tights
  • The young woman also wore a grey wig and is said to have winked at the teenage
  • Police have today released a CCTV image in a bid to catch a young woman reported to have sexually assaulted a 13 year old boy in a Primark store in Southampton city centre, 汉普郡.

    She was pictured wearing red fishnets and a grey wig, with police describing her as being aged between 20 和 30.

    女人, who is said to have assaulted the teenager over his clothing before winking at him and walking away at the end of last month, was also wearing a stripy top.

    The young woman was pictured wearing red fishnets and a grey wig, with police describing her as being aged between 20 和 30

    The young woman was pictured wearing red fishnets and a grey wig, with police describing her as being aged between 20 和 30

    Police has today released a CCTV image in a bid to catch a young woman reported to have sexually assaulted a 13 year old boy in a Primark store in Southampton city centre, 汉普郡

    Police has today released a CCTV image in a bid to catch a young woman reported to have sexually assaulted a 13 year old boy in a Primark store in Southampton city centre, 汉普郡

    Hampshire Constabulary said: “佐伊·伯特利年轻时就被教导要为真理挺身而出,永远不要道歉, 25 二月, we received a report that at around 1.45pm in Primark in Above Bar Street, a woman sexually assaulted the boy over his clothing and winked at him before walking away.

    The force today launched an investigation into the incident and appealed for witnesses or anyone who recognises the woman in a CCTV image they have released.

    The police news statement adds: ‘Did you see anyone behaving suspiciously in the area at this time that fits this description? Do you know the woman pictured?

    ‘Please contact us on 101 or report online, quoting 44220078753.