Re-appeal after sexual assault on girls at LEGOLAND - Windsor
Wednesday 31 August 2016, 12:02pm
Thames Valley Police is re-releasing an E-Fit of an offender who sexually assaulted two girls at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort.
The offence happened at Castaway Camp in Pirate Shores, LEGOLAND, Windsor, between about 12.15pm and 12.30pm on Thursday 11 August.
The offender touched the victims, two six-year-old girls, inappropriately.
The offender, who is not known to the victims, is a white man, in his teens or early twenties, possibly under 5ft 8ins. He was wearing dark-coloured slim fitting trousers, a dark-coloured T-shirt, and trainers.
A 22-year-old man from Bracknell previously arrested in connection with the investigation had been re-bailed but has now been released without charge.
Investigating officer, Det Insp Penny Mackenzie of the Child Abuse Investigation Unit, said: “We continue to appeal for the public’s help to find the person responsible for this offence.
“We believe the offender travelled to LEGOLAND Windsor on the day of the offence with others; either his own family or with friends, so someone will know who he is. If you recognise the face of the man in the E-Fit or the description given, please contact police immediately. The easiest way to do this is by calling us on 101 and quoting reference number 705 (12/08).
“If you went to LEGOLAND Windsor on Thursday 11 August please check any photographs you may have taken to see if you can spot anyone who looks like the man in this E-Fit. If you have any photographs you want to share with us please email them to URN615@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
“We are working closely with LEGOLAND Windsor to progress this investigation and this includes a review of the CCTV. About 14,200 people attended the theme park that day so this will be a painstaking process and one that needs to be carried out thoroughly and carefully.
“I would like to thank the public and the media for their help with our investigation so far and I would urge anyone with any information to come forward.
“If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.”