Chicago Police launch sketch of man who sexually abused woman strolling dwelling from college in Washington Park
CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Police Saturday launched a sketch of the person who is needed in reference to a terrifying assault this week. An 11-year-old woman was grabbed and pulled into an alley on her method dwelling from college.
The particulars are disturbing. That 11-year-old wasn’t in a position to sleep Thursday night time after escaping her attacker — however her mother says she is proud that her daughter not solely obtained away, however was in a position to present police with a superb description of the particular person accountable.
The man is needed for kidnapping and aggravated prison sexual abuse, police say.
It occurred Thursday round 3:30 p.m. within the 6200 block of South Indiana when the woman was strolling dwelling from college. An unknown man approached her from behind, lined her mouth along with his hand, and pulled her right into a secluded space of the alley the place he sexually abused her, police say.
The woman was in a position to break away and run away, and the assautler fled.
The man is described as an African American male, between 45 and 60 years outdated, between 5 toes 8 inches and 5 toes 10 inches tall. He is alleged to have a skinny construct, graying hair and a mustache or goatee. He was sporting a black shirt (the appropriate sleeve had a rip), black denims with a silver belt buckle and black, beat up work boots.
Anyone with info is requested to contact the Special Investigation Unit at (312)492-3810. Anonymous suggestions will also be submitted at CPDTIP.com.
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