Woman Reports Attack in Watermead
9:17am 14th July 2011
(Updated 7:48am 15th July 2011)
Thames Valley Police is investigating after a woman reported being assaulted in the Watermead area of Aylesbury.
The 46 year-old woman has reported that she was attacked as she walked home across a grassed area.
Det Insp Russ Murden, from Aylesbury CID, said: "At this stage we do not know exactly what has taken place.
The woman was in a highly emotive state on Wednesday night and was unable to give police an account of what has happened to her.
We plan to speak to her again on Thursday. A possible scene has been identified and has been sealed off by police.
The woman was treated in hospital for a wrist injury."
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