Victoria Police has launched a manhunt after a woman was allegedly grabbed by the throat and hair, bitten and sexually assaulted three times at the 2017 Rainbow Serpent festival.
The 21-year-old victim told police she’d struck up a conversation with a man at the Lexton dance fest on January 26th before he attacked her, sexually assaulting her three times and biting her twice on the arm before she managed to get away.
Investigators are appealing for help from the public to identify the alleged offender, who was not known to the woman, and have released a computer generated sketch of what they believe him to look like (below).
He’s described as being aged around 28 or 29 with sandy brown hair, blue eyes, a “pointy” nose and wearing a grey shirt at the time of the alleged attack.
Police have heavily criticised the event, pointing out that — as well as Langford’s tragic passing and these latest sexual assault allegations — this year’s event was also tarnished by a spate of other incidents, including up to 30 drug-driving offences, six drug trafficking offences, a police officer being assaulted and another female attendees reporting a sexual assault.
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