UK: Nottinghamshire Police Searching for Black Who Sexually Assaulted Female Jogger

As the media continues to screech about Ahmaud Arbery, it’s important to remember that blacks have been targeting white joggers for decades.

And these attacks actually are unprovoked.


Police have launched an appeal for information after a jogger was sexually assaulted in Nottingham.

The attack happened at around 8am on Thursday, May 7, when the woman was jogging along the pavement on Robin Hood Chase in St Ann’s, near to Westville Gardens and Lavender Walk.

It was reported she was approached from behind by a man and sexually assaulted.

Police Constable Sean Parker, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “We know that incidents of this nature will be a cause of real concern for many people living nearby.

“This was an unprovoked attack on somebody going about their daily routine.

“We are taking this report very seriously. The incident left the woman shocked and distressed and we are doing all we can to try and find the offender.

“We would like to offer the public and residents reassurance following the incident that we are doing everything we can to try and catch the offender and encourage anyone who witnessed the assault or who has any information to speak to the police or call 101 as soon as possible.”

The force has released a description of a man they want to speak to.

The man has been described as “black, around 5’9 tall and believed to be in his late 30s to early 40s, with short dark afro hair thinning on top and a dark wispy beard which was patchy in places.