Manhattan Beach Police Continue Search for Man Who Raped Woman in Her Home - NBC Southern California

Manhattan Beach Police Continue Search for Man Who Raped Woman in Her Home

Police released a sketch Wednesday.

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    Manhattan Beach Police Department
    After a woman was raped in her Manhattan Beach home Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018, police released a sketch hoping to track down the attacker Wednesday.

    What to Know

    • A woman was raped by a man who followed her into her Manhattan Beach home in the 900 block of Valley Drive.

    • The man hadn't been found by Wednesday.

    • Police released a sketch and asked the public for help in finding the attacker.

    After a woman was raped in her Manhattan Beach home, police released a sketch hoping to track down the attacker Wednesday.

    The woman told officers she arrived about 8:30 p.m. Sunday to her home in the 900 block of Valley Drive and that soon after a man entered the residence through the front door and sexually assaulted and raped her, according to Manhattan Beach Police Department Sgt. Tim Zins.

    The suspect fled out the front door, according to Zins, who said it was unclear if he left the area on foot or in a vehicle.

    The woman was hospitalized, Zins said.

    Police Search for Manhattan Beach Rape Suspect

    [LA] Police Search for Manhattan Beach Rape Suspect

    A woman was followed home and raped in her Manhattan Beach home. Gordon Tokumatsu reports for NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Aug. 28, 2018.

    (Published Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018)

    The suspect is described as being in his early 40s, 6-feet 2-inches tall with an athletic build, possibly a thin mustache and medium complexion. He was wearing tan shorts, a dark T-shirt and gray tennis shoes.

    Anyone with information about the suspect was urged to call Manhattan Beach police Detective Jennifer Leach at (310) 802-5125 or the department tip line at (310) 902-5171.

    Anonymous tips can be submitted through Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS or at lacrimestoppers.org.

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