POLICE have released an E-fit of a woman they are trying to trace after a teenager was slashed with a knife.
The 18-year-old man was allegedly attacked twice with a knife in Dinnington in just over 24 hours.
A police spokesperson said the teenager had been riding his bike on Athorpe Road, Dinnington, at 12.35am on Thursday, August 26, when he was in collision with a gold BMW M4.
“The occupants of the BMW exited their vehicle and assaulted the victim, cutting his face with a knife,” said the spokesperson.
“The victim suffered minor injuries in the incident.”
The following night, the teenager was walking along St John’s Road at around 12.50am when he was approached by unknown offenders travelling in a gold BMW M4 and a charcoal Vauxhall Corsa, the spokesperson said.
The occupants of both vehicles made threats towards the victim and a woman got out of the BMW and slashed the victim’s face with a knife.
The victim was walking on Athorpe Road at 1.45pm the following Wednesday, September 1, when he was approached by a woman driving a charcoal Vauxhall Corsa, the spokesperson said.
"The woman made several threats towards the victim before driving off in the direction of Church Lane," they added.
"Since these incidents, police have conducted extensive enquiries to locate those involved.
"Officers want to speak to the woman in the E-fit, as she may hold information that may help them with their enquiries. "
Anyone with information should call 101, quoting crime reference number 14/131023/21.