Boston Police are reporting that a woman in her early 20’s was sexually assaulted around 1:11 am yesterday on Unity Street in Boston’s North End.
The victim said the man pushed his way into her foyer as she was entering her building.
The suspect sexually assaulted her and then used his cell phone to take a photo before fleeing toward Tileston Street, according to the victim.
Suspect Description: White male in his 20’s, blue-eyes, short blond spiked hair, medium build, clean shaven and possible freckles on his cheeks.
The description of a blond hair, blue eyed attacker is different from that described in the series of attacks from a few years ago although those were also on women walking or entering their apartments late at night.
The full BPD Community Alert is shown below:
At about 1:11am, on February 14, 2014, officers from District A-1 responded to a report of a sexual assault, in the area of Unity Street, North End.
Upon arrival, detectives spoke with a female victim in her twenties, who reported while entering her front foyer, a suspect pushed his way in behind her and indecently assaulted the victim. The victim further reported the suspect then took a photo from his cell phone and fled the area towards Tileston Street. EMS treated the victim on scene for non-life threatening injuries.
The suspect is described as a white male, in his 20’s, medium build, short blond spiked hair, clean shaven with possible freckles on his cheeks, blue eyes, and wearing a dark colored Pea Coat, dark hat, jeans and Timberland type boots.
The Boston Police Department is actively investigating facts and circumstances surrounding this incident. Anyone with information is asked to call Sexual Assault Unit (citywide) detectives at 617-343-4400.