File this one under "What the hell?"
According to the Fort Collins Police Department, a 27-year-old woman was attacked in her home on December 31.
Then she was attacked again on February 1.
And she was attacked a third time last night.
All by the same guy. Who she says she doesn't know.
Talk about an ultra-sick creature of habit -- who apparently resembles the FCPD sketch included here. Click it to enlarge the image, and get more details about the crimes below:
Citizens Assistance Sought
Fort Collins police are investigating three separate assault reports involving the same victim alleged to have occurred since the December 31, 2009.
According to the victim, a 27-year-old Fort Collins woman, the first incident occurred at approximately 9 p.m. on December 31 when an unknown male suspect entered her home in the 2800 block of Middlesborough Ct. and physically attacked her. The second incident occurred on February 1 at 8 p.m.; the third assault occurred last evening at approximately 8:30 p.m. Although the victim does not know the assailant, she reported it was the same man in each incident. Nothing was taken from the home during any of the assaults. Access to the home is unknown.
The suspect is described as a Caucasian or Hispanic male, 6-foot tall with a muscular build weighing approximately 180 to 200 pounds with short hair (color unknown), and brown eyes. A composite drawing of the suspect is attached.
Anyone who has information about these incidents is asked to contact Fort Collins Police Detective Neal Hisam at 970-224-6116 or Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868. Crime Stoppers may also be reached through their Web site at www.stopcriminals.org.
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