Police investigating the rape of a man in Bristol’s Castle Park last month have released CCTV footage of a male they need the public’s help with identifying.
The victim was attacked while he walked through the park in Bristol between 6.10am and 7am on Saturday, October 16.
High-visibility reassurance patrols have since been conducted, say police.
The suspect is said to have been black or mixed race and spoke with a deep accent, likened to South African.
Last month, a black and white image was released as part of enquiries, but detectives are today issuing a second image and a short CCTV clip of the same individual in the hope it will assist their investigation further.
He is described as approximately 5ft 9ins tall and of a slim build.
Detective Inspector Andrew Branch said: “We are continuing to ensure the victim has access to all the support services he needs following this sickening attack.
“We’d urge any witnesses who were in the area at the time and haven’t yet spoken to police to get in touch.
“We are also keen to hear from anyone who recognises the male in the pictures.
“He was seen riding a dark-coloured scooter or e-scooter in Union Street, Broadmead, Bearpit and King’s Square that morning.”
If you recognise the male, or witnessed what happened, call 101 and give the call-handler reference number 5221242253.
Alternatively, people can contact Crimestoppers anonymously through its website or on 0800 555111.