Police have made a renewed appeal for witnesses after a woman was attacked and pushed to the ground in Derry last month.
The incident happened at around 12.15am on Saturday, September 3.
The victim – aged in her 20s – was attacked by a man while walking on London Street near the junction with Artillery Street towards the Fountain in the city.
The man is reported to have pushed her to the ground and while she was able to push him away and flee, she had to leave her leather jacket containing her mobile and personal documents.
Police said the woman has been left traumatised as a result of the incident.
PSNI Inspector Craig said: “We have conducted extensive enquiries in relation to this nasty attack, which left the victim badly shaken.
“You can only imagine the trauma she has suffered as a result of this and we hope she is recovering from what has been a horrific ordeal.
“We know there were people in the area at the time this occurred, so our appeal is to anyone who can help us identify the suspect and establish what occurred is to get in touch with us. Your information could be significant.”
Police advised anyone with information to call the non-emergency 101 number, quoting reference number 33 03/09/22.