A SEX ATTACKER is feared to have struck again after a 13 year-old was assaulted in Woodley. 

The attack in Lysander Close happened just an hour before a woman in her fifties was assaulted in Sandford Park, also in Woodley. 

At 5.15pm on Monday November 13, a 13 year-old was walking when she was pushed by a man from behind, who then grabbed her arm.

The teenager was able to free herself from the man before running away from the scene, where she was spotted by a female motorist. 

The motorist offered the victim a lift home upon hearing what had happened.

The offender is described as being 5ft 8in tall, white, of large build, and had grey hair, he was wearing a black coat and black trousers, he may have been wearing a red and white chequered shirt. 

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Christina Berenger, based at Loddon Valley police station, said: “We are in the process of carrying out an investigation into this offence, and are looking at the possibility that this could be linked to a similar incident which occurred in Sandford Park, Woodley, on the same day.

“I am particularly keen to speak to the female motorist who drove the victim to her house, as she could have vital information about this incident.

“If you have any information which you think could help us with our investigation, I would ask that you call the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number on 101.”

Chief Inspector Sarah Grahame, deputy LPA commander for Wokingham and Bracknell, said: “I appreciate that these recent incidents will have caused concern in the community.

“At this time we are working to establish if there is a link between them, and our officers will be in the area carrying out enquiries.

“I would urge anyone with any information to please come forward and call us on 101.”