Wave of Assaults Hits Downtown

San Luis police are looking for a suspect who allegedly assaulted three women in unprovoked attacks on Thursday.

According to SLOPD, patrol units responded to a couple of assaults in the downtown area at around 11:00 a.m.

Officers say the first female was assaulted in the area of 1119 Garden Street.

The victim told police she was punched in the face by a white male in his 50s with white hair, blue eyes, thin, and wearing a red shirt.

Officers then say they responded a few blocks away to the report of a second assault on a female pushing a stroller.

The female victim stated a white male in his 50s, thin build, and wearing a hooded sweatshirt spit an unknown fluid into her face and continued walking.

Police stopped several possible suspects in the area but they were not identified by the victims.

A third female victim was located during the investigations.

Police say she was walking in the 900 block of Monterey Street carrying an infant child when a white male in his 50s with grey hair with a smaller build spit and unknown fluid in her face.

Investigators say all of these assaults were unprovoked.

Anonymous information may be referred to Crime Stoppers @ (805) 549-STOP or contact them online at www.slotips.org

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Wave of Assaults Hits Downtown was last modified: January 10th, 2019 by admin
Categories: San Luis Obispo
Tags: assault

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