Over the past year Wiltshire Police has issued a number of e-fits - hoping portraits of the suspects will help throw up new leads.

Here are all the images released by the county force since January 2019.

Corsham attacker in a beanie

A woman, 30s, was pushed to the ground by two men on Park Lane, Corsham, on January 15 at around 10.50pm.

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The first man was described as white, of medium build and aged around 30. He was wearing a hoody and had a goatee. The second man was white, of medium build and younger than the first man. He was also wearing a hoody and had a woolly hat on. 

Issuing an appeal for information this week, Det Sgt Andy Morley said: “We’d urge anyone who may recognise him to get in touch. This incident was understandably very frightening for the victim. Fortunately, she did not suffer any serious physical injury during the incident but is very shaken and upset."

'Chubby' flasher outside cinema

Police asked for help identifying a "chubby" suspect who exposed himself to two 12-year-old girls. 

A spokeswoman for Wiltshire Police said: "The girls were in the park at the rear of the Bowling Alley at Shaw Ridge Leisure complex just before 6pm on July 5, 2019.

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They noticed a man in the copse, then saw that he had his trousers around his ankles with his privates exposed.

"The girls got on their bikes and rode home to tell their parents," the force said.

The man was described as white, of chubby build, approximately 5'8" and in his mid-50s.

He was wearing a black hat with red stripes, a white vest top and beige cargo shorts with blue sandals/flip flops. He also had a black/red bike and helmet.

Read more: Flasher exposed himself to 12-year-old girls behind Swindon bowling alley

Attempted robbery in Liden

After a 40-year-old woman was approached by a would-be robber, police released this image of their suspect. 

The attempted robbery took place at around 1.10pm on March 7, 2019, on the cycle path near Liden library. 

The man followed her and then demanded she handed over her phone. He was thought to have carried a small kitchen knife. 

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His victim refused to part with her phone and the man fled. 

PC Luke Hobbs said: "The suspect had half of his face covered, but the victim has been able to give a detailed description and we are hoping that someone may have information which could help our enquiries."

Read more: Man tried to rob 40-year-old woman in Liden

Homeowner attacked in aggravated burglary

Police artists helped a man attacked in his Manchester Road home construct this portrait of the burglar who struck him over the head.

Police said the break-in happened shortly after 7pm on December 29, 2018. 

During the burglary a 34-year-old man suffered serious head injuries and was initially taken to hospital in a critical condition.

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Det Con Craig Rathbone said in April when the e-fit was released: "I know the incident happened a few months ago, but we hope this image will help to jog people's memories."

The suspect was black, approximately 6'6" tall and was wearing a three-quarter length coat and black tracksuit in waterproof material with the hood up. 

Read more: Assault suspect left victim in critical condition during aggravated burglary

Stolen Audi

This was the suspect after a white Audi A3 Sport was stolen from Beechcroft Road at around 8.20am on November 22, 2018. 

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In January 2019, police issued the e-fit of the top suspect. They said the man was believed to have driven the car through Stanton Fitzwarren 15 minutes after it was stolen in Pinehurst.

The car was abandoned several days later.

Sexual assault near Swindon pub

Two months after a woman was sexually assaulted outside The Victoria pub in Old Town in November 2018 police released an e-fit of the suspect.

The suspect was described as white, male, tall and of slim build. He had ginger hair. 
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Read more: E-FIT: Swindon police want to speak to this man after Old Town sexual assault​