Deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lancaster Station seek the public’s help in identifying a man who harassed a 9-year-old girl at a park in the city of Lancaster in early April.
The suspect approached the girl, grabbed her and kissed her numerous times in the face before the young girl’s mother was able to chase him off. The incident occurred in the afternoon at a local park in the 300th block of Pondera Street in the city of Lancaster, according to an LASD news release.
The suspect is a male Hispanic, approximately 30 years old with dark hair and dark eyes. He is about 6′ tall, weighing 240-250 lbs with heavy-set thighs and crooked teeth.
Deputies released a composite sketch and ask that anyone who recognizes the man, sees anyone who resembles the man depicted in the sketch, or has any other information regarding the incident to contact Detective John Amis at (661) 434-7552 or via email at JEAmis@lasd.org, referencing File #017-06685-1132-134.
The LASD Lancaster Station phone number is (661) 948-8466. To provide information anonymously, call “Crime Stoppers” at (800) 222-TIPS (8477), download the “P3 MOBILE APP” on Google Play or the App Store, or go to http://lacrimestoppers.org.
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