Courtesy of SFPDSex assault suspect

Courtesy of SFPDSex assault suspect

S.F. police seek public’s help finding sex assault suspect

San Francisco police are seeking the public's assistance in an investigation of sexual assault near the Legion of Honor over the summer, police said Wednesday.

On July 30, a woman was out for a walk in the area of California Street and 30th Avenue about 6:30 p.m. when a man drove up in an unknown automobile, police said. The man in the car struck up a conversation with the woman and asked her for directions to the Legion of Honor. He then asked her to get in the car and show him the way.

The suspect then drove her to the dead end of El Camino Del Mar and locked the doors. He then sexually assaulted the woman.

Police say the suspect is a white man, aged 25 to 28 years old, about 5-foot-8, 170 pounds with a light complexion and wide nose. He was wearing a blue t-shirt and jeans.

The incident was just reported last month, police said.

Anyone with information on this crime is encouraged to call police at (415) 575-4444 or text at TIP411 with “SFPD” in the body of the text.

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