Police investigation following sexual assault in Lampeter uni campus grounds
Detectives are investigating after a 19-year-old woman was the victim of a sexual assault within the campus grounds of University of Wales Trinity Saint David in Lampeter.
Dyfed-Powys Police say the victim was approached by a lone male and subjected to the attack at around 3.30am on Tuesday, October 23.
The man is described as being around 5ft 6ins or 5ft 7ins, with short brown hair, of average build and between 17-25 years old.
Police say there were reports of a man fitting this description who was seen at around 11:30pm that evening walking along Lampeter's Market Street, close to Sainsbury’s supermarket.
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Detective Inspector Steve Davies said: “I appeal for anyone who saw the described male walking in Lampeter during the evening to come forward as they may have vital information, which could assist the investigation.
"We are keen to speak to anybody who was out in the town during the evening who may have seen the victim or the male fitting the suspect profile or has heard anything about this incident.”
"Dyfed-Powys Police would like to reassure the local community that these offences are extremely rare and the county remains one of the safest places to live in England and Wales. However increased patrols are taking place in the locality."
Police currently have specially-trained officers supporting the victim.
If you saw a man fitting this description in Lampeter town between 11pm on Monday and 4am on Tuesday, please call Dyfed-Powys Police on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.