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Grand Forks Police Search for Sexual Assault Suspect

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The Grand Forks Police Department is searching for a man who allegedly robbed and sexually assaulted two women early Monday morning.

Officers responded to an apartment building around 2:00 a.m. in the 3400 block of 13th Avenue North after a report of a male who entered an apartment through the sliding glass door. The man demanded money from the occupants of the apartment. The suspect threatened the women with a hand gun and sexually assaulted both of the occupants of the apartment and left the area. 

The suspect is described as follows:

  • Black male, early 20's in age              
  • About 6'1", weighing between 200-230 pounds; described as heavy set
  • Black hair
  • Wearing a black jacket, dark colored shirt and black pants

The suspect had a tattoo on the back of his right hand, which looked like cursive writing.  He also had a tattoo on the front and right side of his abdomen; we do not have a description of this tattoo.  

If anyone has any information in regards to this incident they can contact the GFPD in the following ways:

  • Telephone: 701-787-8000
  • Email: Investigate@grandforksgov.com                         
  • CrimeStoppers: 701-746-1000
  • Text a tip:  texting the word, "Tipster" and the tip information to 847411 (tip411).              
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