CCTV released after sexual assault in Ipswich as Queensland Police appeal for dashcam

Woman going for a walk is ‘grabbed from behind and sexually assaulted’ in terrifying afternoon attack as cops release CCTV of moment he fled

  • CCTV released of man involved in terrifying sexual assault in Ipswich  
  • Woman was walking along Blackall Street in Basin Pocket at 4pm on August 1  
  • Man approached her from behind, then ‘grabbed and sexually assaulted her’ 
  • The offender is described as a young male, dark skinned in appearance
  • He was also wearing a white t-shirt, khaki shorts as well as thongs
  • Anyone who was in the Blackall Street area at the time is urged to come forward

A public appeal has been issued to help identify a man believed to be involved in an unprovoked sexual assault. 

Queensland Police said a woman was walking along Blackall Street in the Ipswich suburb of Basin Pocket, west of Brisbane, around 4pm on August 1.

The woman was then approached by a man from behind, who is accused of grabbing and sexually assaulting her. 

A public appeal has been issued to help identify the man (pictured) believed to be involved in an unprovoked sexual assault in Ipswich

A public appeal has been issued to help identify the man (pictured) believed to be involved in an unprovoked sexual assault in Ipswich 

Queensland Police have said that a woman was walking along Blackall Street (pictured) in Basin Pocket around 4pm on August 1. The woman was then approached by a man from behind, who is accused of grabbing and sexually assaulting her

Queensland Police have said that a woman was walking along Blackall Street (pictured) in Basin Pocket around 4pm on August 1. The woman was then approached by a man from behind, who is accused of grabbing and sexually assaulting her

The offender quickly fled the scene on foot after the terrifying attack. 

Police released CCTV vision showing the man they would like to speak to. 

He is described as a young male, dark skinned in appearance, wearing a white t-shirt, khaki shorts and thongs.

Investigators are appealing for anyone who may have been in the area of Blackall Street at the time, or who may have dash-cam footage to come forward.

You can also contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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