SAN DIEGO (CNS) - San Diego police Wednesday were on the lookout for a man who abducted a woman at a City Heights bus stop, then drove her to a secluded spot and sexually assaulted her.
The assailant confronted the 35-year-old victim in the 3600 block of University Avenue about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to San Diego police.
After making a failed attempt to rob the woman, the man forced her into a vehicle parked in a nearby alley, drove her to another location and assaulted her before letting her go, police said.
The victim described her attacker as Hispanic, in his mid-30s, heavyset and roughly 6 feet tall, driving a light-colored SUV, possibly a Jeep Cherokee.
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