Police have appealed to the public in a bid to track down men who may be able to help them with an investigation into a Dundee sexual assault.
Police have said previously that the man responsible was wearing a black coloured tammy-style hat, a black scarf, and black tracksuit top and bottoms. He spoke with a local accent.
Officers have carried out hundreds of interviews and scoured CCTV in a bid to track down the culprit.
Now they are seeking the two occupants of a white van – said to be Ford Transit-style – which was parked outside a block of flats on Balunie Crescent at the time. Two men wearing high-vis vests were with the vehicle.
A man wearing a tammy-style hat, dark waterproof jacket zipped to the top, a scarf around his face and dark bottoms was spotted “pacing back and forth” outside a property nearby.
Police say a small, broken-down van was also being pushed on nearby Balunie Drive by a couple of men around the same time.
Detective Inspector Marc Lorente said: “We have carried out extensive inquiries and built up a picture of most of the people and vehicles in the area at the time.
“The incident happened three weeks ago tomorrow and just to remind the public there was also a small van broken down in Balunie Drive near to Balunie Crescent junction which was being pushed by a couple of men. The van was red on the bottom and white on the top half.”
Anyone who recognises the descriptions of the two men in the van or the man in the tammy hat, or has any information that could assist officers is being asked to call police on 101 or speak to any police officer quoting reference number 28062/19.
Information can also be passed on anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.