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Attempted Sex Assaults Reported In Gloucester Township

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Gloucester County released a composite sketch of the suspect. He appears to be a light skin black male, in his early 20s, brown eyes, height: 5'8" to 5'10", Medium Build with a "pointy nose", wearing a black puffy coat, dark pants, and a dark knit cap wit Gloucester County released a composite sketch of the suspect. He appears to be a light skin black male, in his early 20s, brown eyes, height: 5'8" to 5'10", Medium Build with a "pointy nose", wearing a black puffy coat, dark pants, and a dark knit cap wit
GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, N.J. -

Police say a man attempted to inappropriately touch a woman near an apartment complex in Gloucester Township.

The incident happened on February 18 at around 6:35pm outside the Autumn Ridge Apartment Complex located at 1501 Little Gloucester Road.

The man came to help the woman clear snow off her parked car, then he attempted to grab and kiss her.She screamed and pushed him off and fled the scene on foot.

Police say another incident was reported to officers while searching the area. This incident occurred near the "J" Building of the complex. The second incident involved a man who approached a 20-year-old female. The man approached this woman and attempted to place his arm around her and reached for her chest. The woman kicked the suspect and screamed. The suspect then fled on foot.

Gloucester County released a composite sketch of the suspect. He appears to be a light skin black male, in his early 20s, brown eyes, height: 5'8" to 5'10", Medium Build with a "pointy nose", wearing a black puffy coat, dark pants, and a dark knit cap with a scarf covering his mouth.

If you have any information or can identify the suspect in the photo please call the Anonymous Tip Line 856-842-5560.

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