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Sketch of rape suspect released

ALTUS, Okla._The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has released a sketch of the man who raped and beat an elderly woman in Jackson County last Wednesday and left her with several broken bones.

Related: Elderly woman sexually assaulted, police investigate

The victim told investigators he was a white man in his mid to late thirties, about 5'7” and weighs about 160 pounds. He has bluish eyes and light sandy brown curly hair. He was wearing light-brown, plastic, round-framed glasses and has a small tattoo on his right shoulder. He should have a mark on his right forearm from where the victim bit him.

He drove away in a newer, two-door, white or cream-colored short bed pickup.

If you know who or where he is, call the Jackson County Sheriff's Office at 580-482-0408.

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