Menlo Park police are searching for three men in their early 20s suspected of attempting to undress and sexually assault a woman early today behind a building on El Camino Real, police said. At about 12:47 a.m. today, Menlo Park officers responded to a report about an attempted sexual assault in the rear of an office building in the 100 block of El Camino Real, according to police.
A woman in her 20s told officers she was taking trash out to a commercial dumpster enclosure when three men inside it threw her to the ground and started pulling at her clothing to disrobe her, police said. When the victim screamed the three suspects fled, after which she called police and was later transported to Stanford Hospital with injuries that were not life threatening, according to officers. Police were not able to find any of the suspects following an extensive search of the area.
The woman described the three men as Hispanic, in their early 20s, each about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing about 130 pounds, one wearing a white shirt and white tennis shoes and the other two possibly wearing dark sweaters and shoes. From an investigation, police learned that the victim’s co-worker had seen the man in the white shirt loitering in the area prior to the attempted assault and the suspect left after the co-worker confronted him, police said.
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