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Woman, 22, sexually assaulted on a Sydney beach while walking home after a night out

Woman, 22, is sexually assaulted on a popular Sydney beach while walking home after a night out – as police hunt the man who tackled her from behind and threw her to the sand

  • A young woman was sexually assaulted by a man on Sydney’s Manly beach
  • The woman, 22, was tackled on the sand and sexually assaulted early Sunday
  • The attacker was wearing a dark singlet, dark shorts has dyed blonde hair

A woman has been sexually assaulted while walking home along a popular Sydney beach after a night out.

The woman, 22, had earphones in when she was tackled by a man as she walked along the sand at Manly Beach shortly after 2.10am on Sunday, February 10.

She had been drinking with friends at Daniel San bar before she left to walk home.

The woman, 22, had earphones in when she was tackled by a man as she walked along the sand at Manly Beach (pictured) shortly after 2.10am on Sunday, February 10

Detective Senior Constable Alf Lombardo told The Daily Telegraph the attack happened about 10 metres from the water.

‘The woman, who was affected by alcohol, was captured on CCTV leaving Daniel San and crossing the road to walk north along the promenade. At some point she walked down onto the beach.

‘She told police that she had her earphones on and that she was tackled from behind by a man.’

After the assault the woman walked to North Steyne, where she caught a taxi and was taken to Manly Police Station.

The attacker was wearing a dark singlet, dark shorts has dyed blonde hair.

Police are urging anyone who may have information in relation to the attack to get in contact on 9976-8164.

The woman had been drinking with friends at Daniel San bar (pictured) before she left to walk home.

The woman had been drinking with friends at Daniel San bar (pictured) before she left to walk home.

Police are urging anyone who may have information in relation to the attack to get in contact

Police are urging anyone who may have information in relation to the attack to get in contact

 



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