Beavercreek woman reports fighting off attacker
Police are trying to help an attempted rape victim from Beavercreek find her attacker after she was reportedly hit on the head and needed medical assistance on Tuesday.
On Jan. 8 at about 1:30 pm, Clackamas County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a home near the Beavercreek Post Office, 16101 S. Leland Road, after a woman called 911 to report someone had broken into her home and attacked her.
Multiple deputies went to the area, including a K9 deputy. They searched for the suspect but were unable to locate him.
After receiving initial medical treatment for her injuries from Clackamas Fire District No. 1 personnel, the victim was transported to an area hospital for further assessment.
Later in the evening, the victim was able to work with CCSO detectives and a forensic sketch artist to provide a suspect description.
The suspect was described as being a white male adult, 40-50 years of age, 6 feet tall and 160-185 pounds. He reportedly had light brown and gray hair and a moustache and beard.
The victim, in her 40s, reported being home when the unknown suspect broke into her home and attacked her for no apparent reason. She told investigators after being hit in the head, she was able to fight off the suspect after a struggle. She reported the suspect fled on foot out her front door in an unknown direction. Nothing was stolen during the attack.
Concerned for her safety, the victim has requested no personal contact from the media.