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Sketch Released Of Man Wanted for Aggravated Assault

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Philadelphia Police have released a composite sketch of the man they say threatened to sexually assault a woman at gunpoint.

The incident occurred on august 1 at approximately 7:50 am.  A female was driving her car on the 1900 block of Conlyn Street when the suspect, an unknowns male, entered her car through he passenger's side and threatened her with a semi-automatic handgun.  He then ordered her to drive away.

The suspect told the complainant that he intended to sexually assault her, while pulling at her clothing. 

The female diver was able to escape from her auto on Chew Ave & Washington Lane.

The suspect is described as:

Age: 19 - 22

Race: Black

Sex: Male

Height: 5' 7"- 5' 10"

Weight: 150 - 170 lbs

Complexion: Light

Build: Thin

Facial Hair: None

Hair: Short, black

Clothing: Black or dark gray hooded sweat shirt, dark colored jeans.

If you have any information on this suspect, please call 911.

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