Creepy moment teenager walks home from night out moments before attacker with & # 39; bushy eyebrows & # 39; touches her and tries to drag her into a car
- A teenage girl from Wollongong walked home when she was attacked
- The police said a man felt her and tried to pull her into his car just after 2 am
- The girl hit him in the face and managed to free himself from his grasp
A man with & # 39; bushy eyebrows & # 39; groped a teenager before trying to pull her into his car in a frightening attempt at kidnapping.
The 19-year-old woman walked home after a night out with friends in North Wollongong, about 85 km from the CBD of Sydney, on April 7 when she was attacked.
Police said the girl slapped the man in the face and could free himself from his grasp.
A 19-year-old girl walked home after a night out with friends in North Wollongong, about 85 km from the CBD of Sydney, on April 7
The incident occurred shortly after 2 am on Station Street when the man drove past her in a silver sedan.
& # 39; The man left his vehicle and ran to the woman before allegedly touching her sexually and pulling her to his vehicle, & # 39; read a statement.
& # 39; The man told the woman that there was a wrong identity before he left the scene. & # 39;
On Wednesday, Dave Parker, acting inspector of the Wollongong police district, said they fear that the man might have committed similar crimes elsewhere.
& # 39; If this type of activity is going on, it is clearly putting people at risk & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; We worry if this person is in the community, then he is someone we should keep and deal with. & # 39;
The suspect is described as being of a tanned appearance, 25 to 40 years old and about 175 cm tall.
He is bald and has dark defined eyebrows.
He was wearing a light-colored T-shirt and shorts at the time.
Acting Inspector Parker urged residents to be careful during a night out.
He said they have a & # 39; number of lines of research & # 39; followed.
Dave Parker, acting inspector of the Wollongong police district, said Wednesday that they fear that the man might have committed similar crimes elsewhere
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