A dog walker was threatened with a knife after a dispute with a teenager in Groveley Park, Sunbury, on Monday (June 15).

Police released an image of a man they said they aimed to speak with as part of their investigation as they appealed to the public for help in their search for those involved.

The dog walker was threatened on Monday morning after he had become involved in a dispute with a teenager in Sunbury's Groveley Park between 8.10am and 9am, police said.

"A few minutes later, the victim was approached by a man who threatened him with a knife, which he pulled from his trouser pocket. The suspect then walked off, but returned a few minutes later.

"The victim left the park when he saw the suspect return. He was not hurt.

"We are releasing an image of a man who was seen in the area at the time who may be able to help us with our enquiries," Surrey Police added in a statement released Thursday.

They also released a description of the man they hoped to find for the investigation, who was described as:

  • Asian.
  • Aged between 35 and 45 years-old.
  • Around 6ft 1ins tall.
  • Muscular build.
  • He had blue eyes, short black hair and facial stubble.
  • He was wearing dark blue baggy tracksuit bottoms with three white stripes on the side of the leg, a plain blue t-shirt and trainers.

Anyone with information that could help the investigation is asked to call 101 and quote ref PR/45200061415, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.