POLICE RELEASE COMPOSITE SKETCH FROM ATTACK OF ELDERY WOMAN FROM 04.20.12

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04/23/12

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.  CONTACT LT. LOARIE @ 760.839.4487

On Friday, April 20, 2012, at about 3:30 PM, an elderly woman was at her home in the 1900 block of Glenridge Rd.  She was surprised by an intruder inside her home and then attacked by him when she tried to get away.  The attacker injured the woman to a point where she had to be taken to a hospital for treatment.  She sustained injury to her head and hands.  She described the suspect as:

  • Male
  • Hispanic
  • About 16-18  years old
  • 150 lbs.
  • 5’ 6” to 5’ 7”
  • Clean shaven
  • Thick black combed back hair
  • Last seen wearing an unbuttoned blue/gray plaid long sleeve shirt over dark t-shirt w/white circular print & dark/solid color pants

EPD was able to work with a composite sketch artist to help with this investigation.  About 20 minutes ago, that composite sketch was finalized and ready for public distribution.  That composite sketch is included below.  EPD has prepared Crime Alert flyers and is now distributing them in the area of the crime to supplement this News Release.

This case is on-going and no further details about the attack can be released at this time.

If you see a person matching this description and can safely place a phone call to EPD, do so immediately by calling 911.  Do not approach this person.

 Anyone who wants to report a possible prior sighting or information that is not happening at the moment is encouraged to call the “Anonymous Tip Line” @ 760.743.TIPS (8477) or send information via www.escondido.org/police.

Crime Stoppers has agreed to assist with this investigation by offering up to a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest of the suspect in this case.  Anyone can contact Crime Stoppers @ 888.580.8477, or anonymous emails and text messages can be sent via www.sdcrimestoppers.com

Reference CN 12.05011

 

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