A family event has moved to a new location after a sex attack in a Dundee park.
ParkLives had arranged a family fun day between 2pm and 4pm today to celebrate the beginning of the school holidays.
It was due to take place in Baxter Park, but after reports of a sex attack there last night it has been moved Dawson Park.
ParkLives Dundee wrote on its Facebook page: “Today’s session will now run at DAWSON park. ⭐apologies for the inconvenience changing venue⭐.
“We will be set up next to the playpark ready for you all at 2pm! We will be there till 4pm so feel free to drop in anytime!”
Today’s session will now run at DAWSON park.⭐️apologies for the inconvenience changing venue⭐️We will be set up next…
An area of Baxter Park remains sealed off as police investigate a report of a woman being assaulted.
A statement from Police Scotland read: “Police Scotland is investigating a report of a sexual assault of a woman which took place in Baxter Park in Dundee at around 10.30pm to 11pm yesterday.”
Detective Inspector Gavin McKinlay added: “There will be a continued police presence in the park whilst we carrying out our inquiries.”
Police closed of the park completely in the early hours of this morning with the cordon now focusing on an area of the park parallel to Arbroath Road.
Officers remain on the scene and the main gates of the park at Arbroath Road have been sealed off.
ParkLives is a free event run by Leisure and Culture Dundee in partnership with Coca Cola Great Britain.