South Pasadena Police officials are asking for the public’s help in finding a sexual predator who broke into a South Pasadena home early Wednesday morning and sexually assaulted an 18-year-old woman.
According to Police, the man broke into the woman’s home in the 600 block of Monterey Road while she was sleeping at around 2:50am and sexually assaulted her. Police say a preliminary investigation revealed that the man had forced entry into the victim’s residence.
According to a report from ABC7, the man was threatening the woman with a knife when her father entered the home while returning from work early that morning.
Police are now looking for a man similar to the rendering in the picture above who is described as a 40-50-year-old white male with brown eyes, curly, dark brown hair, 5’11″-6’1”, 180-200 lbs., and facial hair. The main was also said to have been wearing a red hooded sweatshirt at the time, according to Police.
South Pasadena Police, as well as forensic detectives from the Pasadena Police Department, were able to recover evidence from the crime scene and ask anyone with more information on this case to call the South Pasadena Police Department at (626) 403-7270.