Comanche PD asking public for help catching man who assaulted woman

Comanche PD asking public for help catching man who attacked woman

COMANCHE, OK (TNN) - The Comanche Police Department would like to speak to everyone that was at or near the Comanche lake or the Comanche golf course on Saturday April 6th at any point during the day or evening.

It’s part of an on-going search for a sexual assault suspect.

Officers say the assault took place in a secluded area on the north west side of Comanche Lake, a place where driving a car is nearly impossible.

Investigators are not saying why they think the woman was in that area, alone, but they do not believe she knows the man who attacked her.

The victim was severely beaten and sexually assaulted.

The Police Chief said they called in the OSBI to process the crime scene, and he says they found substantial evidence.

The Comanche Police Department would like to speak to everyone that was at or near the Comanche lake or the Comanche golf course on Saturday April 6th at any point during the day or evening.
The Comanche Police Department would like to speak to everyone that was at or near the Comanche lake or the Comanche golf course on Saturday April 6th at any point during the day or evening.

The victim was also able to provide some very specific descriptions about the man they are looking for.

He is described as a thin, white man with short red hair and freckles. He has stubble and rotting or missing teeth and a deep voice. There’s a vertical scar on left cheek just under his and a bite mark on his chest from the victim.

At the time of the assault, he was wearing a dirty white Murray State T-shirt and Carhart lace up boots. She also reported a strong odor of Oil field mud on him.

Authorities say until the man is caught, everyone in Stephens County needs to practice caution.

Even if you believe you did not see anything of merit, stop by the Comanche Police Department or call them at 580-439-2211 or the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office at 580-255-3131.

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