Police have revealed they have the DNA of the monster who raped and tried to murder a woman in Ilkeston.
They have also released a number of images of people who were in the area around the time the attack took place and who they would like to talk to.
The independent charity Crimestoppers has offered a reward of £10,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the horrific attack which happened in the early hours of Sunday, November 26.
As the victim was walking along Queens Avenue the man grabbed hold of her, attempted to strangled her and then raped her.
Police have released a video containing the images of the people they would like to speak to – which you can watch at the top of this article – and we have published them below.
A Michigan teen who was found dead last month was scheduled to testify against her alleged rapist in court later this year.
Mujey Dumbuya, 16, was last seen alive leaving her home to catch the bus to school on Jan. 24. When her family learned she never made it to school, they reported her missing, CBS reports.
Four days later, Dumbuya’s body was found by a couple in Kalamazoo, 50 miles away from her high school near Grand Rapids. Although authorities have not released how Dumbuya died, her family believes she was targeted, according to CBS.
Multiple sources tell the station that Quinn Anthony James is a person of interest in the death of 16-year-old Mujey Dumbuya. James, a felon with a long criminal history, was arrested last week on allegations he raped another girl in 2014, the station reports.
Dumbuya, a student at East Kentwood High School near Grand Rapids, was reported missing by her family Jan. 24 after she left for the bus but never showed up to school. She was found dead four days later by a couple out for a walk in Kalamazoo, about 50 miles south of the school, WWMT reports.
Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety investigators have not said how the