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updated: 6/20/2014 4:53 PM

Police release photos of possible suspect in attack

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  • Police believe this man may have attacked a woman Sunday near Libertyville.

      Police believe this man may have attacked a woman Sunday near Libertyville.
    Courtesy of Lake County Forest Preserve District

  • The man who attacked a woman near Libertyville on Sunday may have driven this vehicle, police say.

      The man who attacked a woman near Libertyville on Sunday may have driven this vehicle, police say.
    Courtesy of Lake County Forest Preserve District

 
 

Police on Friday released photos of a possible suspect in a recent attack of a runner near Libertyville.

The images depict a man with dark hair who could be in his 20s. He was seen driving a white, four-door Chevrolet Blazer, which also was caught on video.

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The Blazer had a spare tire in place of the full-sized front right tire, police said.

Additionally, the Blazer's rear right taillight could be broken.

The attack occurred Sunday near the North Shore Bike Path and the Des Plaines River Trail Route 176 underpass. A man grabbed a female runner, but she fought off the assailant and fled, police said.

Forest district ranger police are investigating the confrontation.

Anyone who can identify the suspect or who has information should call Chief John Tannahill at (847) 968-3405 or email him at jtannahill@lcfpd.org.

Tannahill couldn't be reached for comment Friday.

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