A MONTH on from the first of four sexual assaults that shocked many in the area, the offender or offenders remain beyond police clutches. 

On November 2, a 36-year-old woman was walking with her dog in a Winnersh park when she was pulled to the ground by a male attacker. 

He attempted to remove her clothes, before being chased away by the victim's dog. 

Just over a day later, a 25-year-old was pushed into a bush by a man while she walked in Coopers Hill, Bracknell, the offender then  attempting to remove her clothes before she wrestled herself free. 

A 28-year-old man was arrested in connection with this incident, but was later released without charge. 

Police published an E-Fit of a man they want to speak to, but there has been no breakthrough. 

On November 13, a woman in her fifties was pushed from behind by a man while walking in Sandford Park, Woodley, at 6.05pm. 

She fell to the ground and sustained injuries before the attacker ran from the scene. 

Hours before this incident, a teenage girl was pushed to the ground and had her arm grabbed by a stranger, who also ran away from the incident. 

The 13-year-old was walking just metres away from the park, down Lysander Close, when the attack took place. 

Police insist they are still seeking the man or men responsible, but as of yet they have not confirmed a suspected link between the attacks.  

Thames Valley Police has been contacted for comment.