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A WOMAN was choked and bitten as she walked through a field in a sleepy village.
The victim and a man had parked a white BMW in a car park in Bierton, Bucks, when they strolled into nearby grassland.
She was then throttled and bitten by the man during the horror on August 24.
Heroic members of the public rushed to help the woman, who was aged in her 20s.
Police confirmed a 27-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of intentional strangulation, assault, engaging in controlling/coercive behaviour and criminal damage.
He has since been released on bail until September 27.
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Officers are appealing for witnesses – including those who helped the victim.
Investigating officer PC Natalie Hall, based at Aylesbury police station, said: “We would like to appeal to anybody who may have witnessed this incident or have CCTV or dash-cam footage in the area, to please get in touch.
“In particular, I want to speak to the members of public that tried to assist the victim.
“There was an older white man with a beige dog and two members of public that assisted while the victim was going towards her vehicle in the car park.
Anyone with information can call police on 101 quoting reference number 43220380729.
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