Police will revisit an Aberdeen street tomorrow where a man attacked a teenage girl.
The 16-year-old was delivering newspapers in Kingswells last Saturday afternoon when a man in his 50s followed her for 15 minutes before grabbing her shoulder.
The victim said she thought her attacker was trying to drag her down a pathway.
Officers will return the area tomorrow to speak to residents and motorists.
The incident, which happened in broad daylight, prompted a police manhunt involving sniffer dogs, but they were unable to find the attacker.
Extensive inquiries have been carried out this past week to identify the individual involved including CCTV and house-to-house work in addition to high-visibility patrols.
Detective Inspector Allen Shaw, who is leading the investigation, said: “We have received a lot of valuable information from the public so far but it may take our officers being in the area once again tomorrow and asking questions to jog someone’s memory.
“We will be asking people to carry out a brief questionnaire to find out if they remember anything of any significance from last Saturday, or if they recognise the description of the man we want to trace.
“Officers will also be stopping motorists who might have been driving through last Saturday incase they remember anything of significance but just haven’t spoken to police yet because they don’t live in Kingswells.
“Thank you in advance for your patience and support.”
He added: “Once again I want to stress just how unusual incidents of this nature are in the city let alone a community like Kingswells.
“It is crucial we get as much assistance as we can from people who live in the area to assist with our investigation.
“Although officers will be in the area tomorrow, anyone with information who would prefer to speak on the telephone can contact Police on 101 quoting ref. no. 2137 of July 7, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
“The man is described as being in his 40s to 50s and of a very slim build with gaunt features. We understand he was wearing a black baseball cap, dark framed glasses, a blue and red striped shirt and blue jeans and may have walked a route covering Kingswood Drive, Corse Avenue, Corse Gardens and Corse Wynd.
“I would also continue to appeal to anyone with business or residential CCTV of the area, or dash-cam footage, to please get in touch if you have not been spoken to by officers already.”