Police Release Sketch Of Man Wanted For Attacking, Stalking Women In Metro
BY NEWS9.COM OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma City Police Department has released the sketch of a man they say is accused of attacking multiple women across the metro. Police said the suspect is accused of attacking women on three different occasions. The first occurred on June 18, when two women were jogging in the area of NW 40th and Shartel. The women told police a man driving in a white van drove into them, knocking them to the ground. He exchanged words with them, and then drove off. A few hours the later, a woman walking near NW 12th and Ellison said that same man pulled alongside her to ask for directions. Then, she said he eventually got out of the van armed with a gun, and ordered her to get into the van. The woman told police that’s when she ran to a nearby home to call for help. The suspect fled from the scene. Police said after the information concerning the first two attacks was released a third woman came forward. She said the man approached her near NW 13th and Harvey. The suspect’s van is described as a white work van with the name “Carrier” on the back, with a leaf beside it. News 9 spoke with the company and they said that van doesn’t belong to them. The van also has a black ladder rack on the roof. The suspect is described as a white male in his thirties with a red complexion. Anyone with information concerning this suspect, call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300 or leave a tip online at www.okccrimtips.com.
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