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Lake Oswego Police Seek Assault Suspect

The situation involved the assault on a female in the office building lobby at 5800 Meadows Road in Lake Oswego on April 16th.

Oregon assault suspect
The suspect resembled this police sketch
Courtesy: Lake Oswego Police

(Lake Oswego, Ore.) - Lake Oswego Police are looking for a suspect that is alleged to have inappropriately grabbed a female victim from behind on the afternoon of April 16th.

This occurred in the elevator lobby on the first floor of an office building at 5800 Meadows Road in Lake Oswego.

Captain Don Forman with Lake Oswego Police, says he victim had been waiting for the elevator when the door opened, the suspect exited, and the contact occurred.

"The victim resisted aggressively, suspect walked towards outer doors of building with victim trailing, on cell phone calling 911."

Forman says the suspect realized he was being followed, returned to lobby and started to get back on the elevator. He then attacked the victim a second time by slamming her violently against a wall.

The suspect is described as a white male in his 40’s, with blonde short hair spiked with gel. He stood approximately 5”8”, weighed 180 lbs, with a dark blue Hawaiian shirt, blue jeans. Anyone with any information, or who might recognize this drawing, is asked to call Lake Oswego's recorded Tip Line at 503-635-0232. If anyone might currently observe this suspect, please call your nearest police agency.

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