Alleged Sexual Assault Suspect Wanted by Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Deputies
Suspect Sought In Sexual Assault Of Legally Blind Woman In Cupertino
Authorities in the South Bay are looking for a man who stalked and then sexually assaulted a woman who is legally blind.
Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office is in Cupertino, California.
On 05/05/2021, a female adult who is legally blind was walking to her workplace in the area of Stevens Creek Boulevard at North Stelling Road, City of Cupertino – City Hall.
Prior to the assault, an unknown male suspect approached the female victim as she was walking and made verbal flirtatious advances towards her. The female victim politely declined and continued to walk to her workplace.
The unknown suspect later re-approached the female victim at an outdoor public parking lot, in broad daylight. The suspect held the legally blind victim against her will and sexually assaulted her. Based on the timeframe of the encounters, it appeared the suspect was following the female victim prior to the assault.
After being approached by a witness, the suspect immediately ran away on foot through the parking lot and later fled in his vehicle.
The suspect and vehicle are described as followed:
– Hispanic, male adult
– Approximately 20-30 years old
– 5’10” – 6’00” tall
– 200-240 lbs
– 2003-2007 Scion XB
– Color: Silver
– No front license plate
– Colorful objects which appear to be model cars on the dashboard of the vehicle
Sheriff’s Detectives are asking for the public’s assistance on any information leading to the identification of this suspect.
If you know the name of this suspect.
Send us a Tip at: [email protected] or
For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1
Si usted tiene alguna información que pueda ayudar a resolver este crimen.
Por favor envia un correo electrónico a [email protected]
o llame la línea de Los Fugitivos en 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448)
o envia un texto en su celular (408) 355-0999
Si usted ve esta persona en este momento, llame al 9-1-1
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