Police say that a woman was sexually attacked early Tuesday morning in a city park in Southern California.
The Riverside Police Department said that officers arrived just before 5 a.m. at the Mount Rubidoux walking track, which is west of downtown Riverside.
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RPD said it found out that an unknown person attacked a woman near San Andreas Avenue and Glenwood Avenue, at the paved, uphill start of the 3-mile trail that goes to the foot of Mount Rubidoux.
Police say they think the attacker is a thin guy in his mid-20s who is dressed in dark clothes.
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Detective Daniel Suarez wants anyone who knows anything about the attack to call him at 951-353-7120 or email him at DSuarez@RiversideCA.gov.
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