|Portrayed by||Colun Gallivan|
|First Appearance||14 April 1987|
|Last Appearance||14 April 1987|
Oxley made his first appearance on 14 April 1987. He is portrayed by Colun Gallivan.
Oxley is dubbed the "Walford attacker" when he begins a series of night-time assaults on the women of Walford. Several female residents of Albert Square have encounters with Oxley, but manage to escape before they are harmed.
One night in February 1987, Pat Wicks was walking home when she realised she was being followed. As she stood near the Square garden railings, a man pounced on her and attacked her, leaving her for dead before fleeing into the night. The following morning Dot Cotton found her lying in the gardens badly beaten up. She cried for help and Pat was rushed to the hospital. Her ex-husband Pete Beale was the prime suspect.
Two months later, the posh speaking Walford Attacker came into the launderette and tried to talk to Debbie Wilkins, who was alone. He started to attack her but she luckily had been trained in martial arts. Pete Beale apprehended him, and he was jailed.