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Lansing Police are asking for your help tracking down a suspect in a sexual assault.
They say it happened back on July 9th, just after midnight.
Police say a woman was on her way to a friend's house and was walking near the playground at Bingham Elementary when the suspect attacked her.
Besides the picture, police say he's in his mid-30's and stands between 5 foot 7 and 5 foot 9 inches tall.
According to a press release, he also has a dark complexion and stocky with a muscular build. He has brown eyes, black hair, un-kept goatee and scruffy facial hair. He has a poor complexion and he had a small, clear band-aid on his right cheek.
The accused was last seen wearing a black ball cap, possibly backwards, a black t-shirt with white writing and black pants.
If you have any information that may help find this suspect, contact the Lansing Police Department with any information at 517-483-4600, contact Crime Stoppers at 517-483- STOP or contact Detective Ron Seyka at 483-4849.
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