Saturday 19-2-2005 (between 5.30pm-6.30pm).
Intersection of Mofflin Rd and Hecker St, Elizabeth Grove
Girl, 14, approached by a man who then led her to an alley where she was sexually
assaulted. Offender: Aboriginal appearance, aged
between 30 and 40 and wearing a blue Jacket.
He was last seen at the intersection of
Mofflin Rd and Hecker St.
Above- One of the two suspects in the attack. No image of the other attacker
Thursday 10-3-2005 (between 8pm-9pm). Residential house, Wynn Vale.
Two men broke into the back of the
house and demanded cannabis from the
male occupant, 35, and both men sexually
assaulted him before leaving the house
with a small quantity of drugs. Detectives
believe it was not a random attack, but the
offenders were unknown to the victim.
Offender one: Caucasian, aged in his mid-
20s, 192cm tail, of solid, muscular build with
a tanned complexion, short, dark, scraggly
hair and thick, bushy eyebrows. He had
a goatee beard and was wearing a dark-
coloured tracksuit with white stripes.
Offender two: Caucasian, aged in mid-20s,
199cm tall with a tanned complexion, clean
shaven, of muscular build with short dark
hair cropped almost to the scalp. Wearing
navy blue or black tracksuit pants and a
navy blue or black long-sleeve fleece top,
which appeared old and had holes.
Police believe this man is responsible for the two
attacks listed below
Wednesday 23-2-2005 (12.45pm). Golden Grove Rd, Greenwith.
A Jogging woman, 25, approached by man
who walked out from either Dalrymple Way or Lake
Magenta Court and grabbed her right breast. Victim
managed to flee.
Offender: Caucasian, aged about 20,168cm
tall, ot slim build with a pale complexion and dark
rings under his eyes.
He had short, black, oily hair,
appeared to be walking with a hunch and was
wearing a blue Slazenger T-shirt, dark green three-
quarter basketball shorts and thongs. Believed to be
linked to a similar attack in Greenwith on April 12.
Tuesday 12-4-2005 (9.30am). Golden Grove Rd, Greenwith.
A woman in her 40s was walking along
Golden Grove Rd when she heard footsteps and
was grabbed from behind. The man held her firmly
with one hand over her mouth and rubbed his
groin against her before attempting to drag her into
nearby bushes. He released her when disturbed by
a passing car.
Offender: About 25, Caucasian appearance.
168cm-170crn tall, of slim build with dark, short,
woolly or wavy hair. He was unshaven, had dark
eyes and was wearing a blue T-shirt, grey, loose-
fitting tracksuit pants and no shoes. Believed to be
linked to an attack in Greenwith on February 23
THESE are the faces of the men
police believe are responsible for
a spate of sex attacks in Adelaide's northern suburbs.
Seven sexual assaults on men and
women between February 19 and April
12 remain unsolved and police need
your help to solve them.
The Sexual Crime Investigation
Branch is hoping new information and
computer-generated images pertaining to attacks in Elizabeth Grove,
Greenwith, Wynn Vale, Clearview and
Pooraka will jog the memory of Sunday Mail readers and encourage fresh
"It is really important that we continue to investigate these serious
offences," Detective Senior Sergeant
Peter Shanahan said.
"Our cases are never closed.
"We urge Sunday Mail readers who
have any information, no matter how
insignificant they think it may be, to
"We treat all reports very seriously.
It's a horrible crime."
Police believe the same two men are
responsible for attacks in Pooraka on
March 28 and Clearview on April 2.
And detectives are seeking the same
offenders for two attacks in Golden
Grove Rd, Greenwith, on April 12 and
The Elizabeth Grove, Wynn Vale and
Salisbury North assaults did not appear to be related, he said.
"In all of these incidents, the offenders are not known to the victim."
Det-Sen-Sgt Shanahan said.
"Statistics say that a lot of sexual
assaults go unreported to police.
"If victims want their names to be
kept confidential or they don't want
the matter to be investigated, it is still
really important that they come forward and tell us that it has happened
because we might be able to stop it
from happening again.
"That's the most important thing for
us-to support the victim and make
sure it doesn't happen again."
Det-Sen-Sgt Shanahan said the assault on a 15-year-old girl at Salisbury
North Primary School on April 1 was
of great concern.
"This was a particularly violent assault where the girl was held down by
one man and sexually assaulted by
another while the others stood by,"
Det-Sen-Sgt Shanahan said.
New clues have come to light, including that the four offenders were armed
with handles broken from shopping
trolleys and may have been at the
school with the expectation of having
a fight with another group of men.
They were also carrying a carton of
beer at the time.
"We are not in any position, because
of her (serious facial) injuries, to
supply any computer generated images, so we would like as much information as we can
to come to us to try
to identify these offenders." he said.
"This girl was quite badly injured
and is still suffering.''
Det-Sen-Sgt Shanahan said there
had been a good response to a call for
information about the February 18
attack in Elizabeth Grove and police
were investigating "significant leads".
Today, they have released a
computer-generated image for the
first time in the hope readers can help
them find the perpetrator.
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