The longer our current economic downturn lasts, the longer buildings sit vacant -- and that can be dangerous. Case in point: an attack that took place earlier this month behind a shuttered Albertsons at 3125 South Sheridan Boulevard. The Denver Police Department has released a disturbing sketch of the suspected perpetrator. See it and get more info below.
Denver Police Department release:
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On Thursday, February 17, 2011, an adult female victim was followed from the bus stop at S. Sheridan Blvd. at W. Dartmouth Ave. to the parking lot behind the closed grocery store at 3125 S. Sheridan Blvd. Once the victim got behind the grocery store, the suspect sexually assaulted her.
The suspect is described as a White Male, approximately 35 years of age, 5'10" tall, 200 pounds, wearing a black Carhartt coat, black jeans, black work boots, and brown hair pulled back into a ponytail. The suspect is described as having a noticeable gap between his front teeth.
Any one with information concerning the incident or suspect, please call Crime Stoppers.
CALL CRIME STOPPERS: 720-913-STOP (7867)
Crime Stoppers collects information on unsolved crimes or individuals wanted by the police. Callers can remain anonymous. The tip line is answered 24 hours a day -- 7 days a week.
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