Wollongong hunts as a teenager before he tries to abduct

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
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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

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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;

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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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Dave Parker, acting inspector of the Wollongong police district, said Wednesday that they fear that the man might have committed similar crimes elsewhere

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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