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A man with distinctive, pointy front teeth who claimed he had psychic abilities offered to read the palm of a fellow train passenger before sexually assaulting her north-west of Melbourne, police say.
The victim agreed to have her palm read, however the man sexually assaulted her instead. The woman was intending to alight the Bendigo-bound train at Kyneton but was so distressed she got off at Woodend and alerted authorities.
Police believe the offender was travelling to Bendigo and is a regular passenger on the V/Line service.
He is of sub-continental appearance, about 180 centimetres tall, with short black, thinning hair, green eyes, a chubby face and pointy front upper teeth. At the time of the assault he was wearing an oval jade stone ring on his right little finger and a silver band on one of his left fingers.
Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak to about the incident.
Anyone who saw the assault or has information about the offender has been urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit http://www.crimestoppers.com.au.
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