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Sketch Released of Suspect in Attack Near Campbell 7-Eleven

Campbell police are asking anyone with video surveillance cameras in the area of the 7-Eleven on Sunnyoaks Avenue to contact them.

Sketch of suspect in Campbell attack   Photo courtesy of KTVU.com
Sketch of suspect in Campbell attack Photo courtesy of KTVU.com

According to a report on KTVU.com, Campbell police have released a sketch of the man they say attacked a woman in a residential neighborhood Thursday.

The victim, a 30-year-old Campbell woman, was walking home from the 7-Eleven on Sunnyoaks Avenue at about 12:30 a.m. Thursday when a man grabbed her from behind and began to sexually assault her. 

"It's definitely out of the ordinary and causes concern for us," Campbell Police Sergeant Gary Berg told KTVU

"She was able to burn the suspect on the left side of his face with a cigarette that she had," Sgt. Berg told KTVU.

According to KTVU, Campbell police describe the suspect as an African American man in his mid to late thirties, six feet tall with a heavy build weighing about 250 to 300 pounds.

Police said they've checked the surveillance camera at 7-Eleven, but it does not show the suspect. They area asking anyone in the area who has video surveillance cameras to contact them right way at 408-866-2121


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