FRASER — Fraser public safety officers are investigating an alleged incident in which a woman said she was attacked while walking in Fraser, according to a statement from the Fraser Department of Public Safety.
The woman reported that between 6 and 6:30 a.m. March 4 she was walking west on 14 Mile, near Mulvey Road, when an unknown man ran up behind her and pushed her down. The suspect allegedly ripped her shirt and bra, grabbing her breast, and then tried to rip her pants.
The woman reportedly received a swollen lip during the struggle. She was able to push him away.
He stopped and ran off when a vehicle drove by, the statement said.
The suspect is described as a white male who is balding and wearing glasses. He had a heavy smell of aftershave.
Anyone with information about the incident can call the Fraser Department of Public Safety at (586) 293-1425.
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