Investigation continues into sex attack in Norwich cemetery
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Police have confirmed they are still investigating a sex assault in a Norwich cemetery which happened almost 14 months ago.
An area of Earlham Cemetery was taped off following reports a woman in her 20s had been sexually assaulted at about 6am on Sunday, November 4 2018.
The Dereham Road entrance to the graveyard was cordoned off while officers carried out their investigations.
Police have now identified a suspect who is believed to be living abroad and are trying to trace the man.
A police spokesman said they were still investigating the incident.
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Anyone with information about the Earlham Cemetery sexual assault should call Norfolk Police on 101.
Alternatively people can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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