Police want to hear from people seen near Quinns dog beach carpark

Detectives investigating an alleged assault on January 8 want some people seen near the Quinns dog beach carpark to contact them. File picture: Yanchep News Online

POLICE have released new information relevant to their investigation into an alleged assault in Quinns Rocks.

As part of the ongoing investigation, Joondalup detectives have established there were two cyclists and a green Ford Territory seen in the vicinity of the Quinns dog beach carpark about the time of the incident on Sunday, January 8.

A police spokesman said those people may be able to provide information that could help with the investigation and they are asked to make contact with Joondalup detectives via Crime Stoppers.

Police allege about 4.45pm on January 8 a 23-year-old woman was walking along the beach path near the entrance to the Quinns dog beach off Waterland Point when an unknown man appeared from behind nearby bushes and attempted to pull her into the bushland.

The woman fought back and managed to escape with bruising to her shoulder and other minor injuries.

The male offender fled in an unknown direction.

The offender is described as a fair skinned male, about 30 years of age, with a medium build and no facial hair.

He was wearing a red flannelette shirt and a black baseball cap.

Detectives urge anyone who saw the incident, or has mobile phone or dash-cam vision taken in the beach area between 4.30pm and 5.30pm, to upload the vision directly to Investigators via this link: https://wapf.au.evidence.com/axon/citizen/public/quinnsrocksassault

Anyone with any information relating to the incident is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au