Palmerston North Police release identikit image
Palmerston North Police release identikit
Palmerston North Police have just released an
identikit image of a man whom they believe is responsible
for sexual violation against a 19 year-old woman.
are investigating the incident which took place on Broadway
Avenue, Palmerston North, in the early morning of 6 January
The woman was attacked as she walked along the
street by a man not known to her near the intersection of
Broadway Avenue and Albert Street.
Police are seeking
witnesses who were in the area of Broadway Avenue and Albert
Street between 3am and 7am.
Detective Shelley Ross said:
"An identikit image of the male offender has been completed
and Police are seeking any information surrounding the man's
"We encourage anyone who has any information to
contact the Palmerston North Police Station on (06) 351
Alternatively information can be provided
anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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