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Girl, 16, sexually assaulted in broad daylight at Stroud Green park

PUBLISHED: 14:29 31 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:29 31 August 2018

A weapon sweep at Wray Crescent Open Space last year. Picture: Rhiannon Long

A weapon sweep at Wray Crescent Open Space last year. Picture: Rhiannon Long

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A 16-year-old girl was sexually assaulted in a Stroud Green park yesterday afternoon.

Police taped off Wray Crescent Open Space last night after the teen contacted officers. The incident took place at about 2.15pm.

No arrests have been made and Islington police are investigating.

Anyone with information can call 101.

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