Woman sexually assaulted by man waiting at bus stop
The 27-year-old was attacked as she walked in Hamilton town centre on Sunday night.
A woman was left "incredibly shaken" after being sexually assaulted in a town centre lane.
The 27-year-old was walking on Quarry Street, Hamilton, around 10pm on Sunday when a man who had been waiting at a bus stop pulled her into a lane and sexually assaulted her.
After the attack, which happened near to the St Andrew's Hospice shop, the man got into a blue five-door car with another man and drove off into the direction of the town centre.
Police described the suspect as white, aged in his 30s, around 5ft 7, of medium build and with short dark shaved hair.
He spoke in an eastern European accent and was wearing a black denim jacket, blue jeans and dark slip-on leather shoes.
Detective constable Andrew Sinclair said: "This was a terrifying attack which has left the victim incredibly shaken.
"The behaviour of this man is completely unacceptable and nobody should feel scared to be out in their local community.
"Our officers are currently checking CCTV and speaking to those in the local area, we will do everything in our power to trace this individual.
"We are appealing for anyone with any information to get in touch with us. Think back, where were you on Sunday night? Any small detail could help us.
"We would also ask that people check any dashcam footage that they may have if they were driving on Quarry Street at the time in order to help identify the suspect or vehicle."