Law enforcement officials in Manchester, New Hampshire, are on the lookout for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in her driveway.
According to regional news publication the Union Leader, the 33-year-old victim left her residence shortly after 6 a.m. on Saturday, April 20, and noticed that a gold-colored Saturn was following her as she went to get coffee from a nearby 7-Eleven. As she returned home and entered her driveway, the vehicle pulled up behind her.
The source states that the suspect got out of his car and approached the woman, grabbing her by the throat and sexually assaulting her. He allegedly put his hands down his pants and threatened her.
"She started screaming, telling him no," Detective Sgt. Richard Brennan told WMUR.com. "He told her to shut up and made reference to a firearm, though she did not observe one. She began to scream loudly, and at that point, the man fled from the scene, got in the vehicle and left."
The suspect fled east on East High Street in his Saturn.
Police are looking for a white man who appears to be around five-foot-seven or five-foot-eight and is in his twenties. He has short brown hair and a facial hair that was described as a chinstrap beard. He was wearing a white t-shirt at the time of the attack. The victim said that she didn't know the assailant.
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