Milwaukee police release composite sketch of Kenosha County sexual assault suspect
Katie Crowther , Marty Hobe
4:12 PM, Jun 19, 2017
7:03 AM, Jun 20, 2017
Milwaukee police, working with other law enforcement agencies, released a composite sketch of one of the suspects in a sexual assault case that started in Milwaukee and ended in Kenosha County.
According to police, the victim encountered two suspects near I-794 in Milwaukee and they drove her to Kenosha County, where she was assaulted.
Police described one suspect they called “Suspect 1” as a Hispanic male, believed to be in his 30s, about 5’6” weighing 160 pounds with a thin build. He reportedly has a mole on the right side of his face above his lip and was last seen wearing a green t-shirt and blue jeans.
The second suspect, “Suspect 2” is reported as also a Hispanic male with dark complexion, 5’8” with a husky build.
Police believe they are driving a newer gray four-door pickup truck, possibly a Ford F250 with a distinctive white decal in the rear window.
Hours before the sexual assault, Kenosha police responded to a call that two men matching the same description driving a pickup truck attempted to abduct a woman coming out of a Buffalo Wild Wings off I-94 in Kenosha. Police believe they could have been armed.
Police posted a warning on its Facebook page Sunday afternoon.
Police have released the composite sketch of Suspect 1, and the decal on the rear window of the truck. Police also released the following video of the truck in hopes someone recognizes it:
Anyone with information is asked to call Milwaukee Police Sensitive Crimes at 414-935-7405. Police believe the suspects have ties to the Chicago area.