A woman was “attacked on a lawn” in St Helens on her way home !

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Investigators are investigating after allegations that a woman was the victim of a serious sex crime near a former fire station on Saturday night.

Police say the woman was walking home on Parr Stocks Road at around 9.15pm when a man approached her.

It was moved to a grassy area between the land where the former Parr Stocks fire station was and Discount Motor Parts, where the alleged crime occurred.

Since then, specialized officers have conducted extensive forensic investigations, house-to-house, video surveillance and witnesses at the scene.

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In a statement released to The Star, Chief Inspector Paul Barry said: “The victim is being supported by specially trained officers as this investigation continues.

“We understand the concern such serious crimes cause in society and I want to assure people that we are assessing all possible evidence to determine what happened.

“I will continue to ask anyone who lives locally and has home CCTV or doorbell footage to check their equipment between 9 and 9:30pm on Saturday.

“Similarly, if you’re traveling in a vehicle with a dashcam, please check. Parr Stocks Road is busy with cars and public transportation, so any bus or taxi riders may have seen something of value, too.”

Contact investigators via MerPolCC or Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111 with ref 23000042356.

You can report an allegation of a sexual offense by calling 101 where you will be spoken to by specially trained officers or you can pass the information on to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. In an emergency, always call 999.

Merseyside Police, along with three other forces, were part of a pilot project for a new online sexual crime reporting service – with the option to report anonymously.

If you have experienced sexual violence of any kind, support is available through the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Merseyside Victim Care Service which is jointly delivered by two registered charities.

In Liverpool, Sefton and the Wirral, support is provided by Rape and Sexual Assault Support Center (RASA) in Merseyside on 0151 558 1801 and in St Helens and Knowsley, by the Rape and Sexual Assault Support Center (RASASC) Cheshire and Merseyside who can be contacted on 01925221546 or 0330 363 0063 .

or women who have felt or feel unsafe in public, the Home Office has created StreetSafe Police.uk (www.police.uk) for anyone to report anonymously about public places where they have felt or felt unsafe, due to environmental problems, such as street lighting, abandoned buildings or vandalism and/or due to certain behaviour, such as being followed or verbally abused. Please note: “StreetSafe” is not for reporting crimes or accidents.