GLENDALE, AZ - Police are asking for the public's help locating a man who sexually assaulted a teenage girl in Glendale.
Glendale police spokeswoman Tracey Breeden said the attack happened September 29 around 10:45 p.m. near 59th Avenue and Camelback Road.
Breeden said the 15-year-old girl was on her way home from visiting a friend when an adult male approached her in a vehicle.
The suspect forced her at gunpoint into his vehicle and then drove to a car wash nearby and sexually assaulted the girl.
Authorities say the suspect was seen on surveillance video purchasing condoms at a convenience store shortly before the attack occurred.
The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, approximately 27 years old, approximately 6 feet tall with a thin build and weighing about 160 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black and blue striped American Eagle shirt and designer jeans. He also has a mole under his right eye. At the time of the incident, he had a thin beard and mustache.
He is believed to be driving a newer model, silver colored Toyota FJ cruiser with a white roof and black roof rack.
Glendale police are asking the community's help identifying the suspect. If you have any information on his identity or whereabouts of his vehicle, please call the Glendale Police Department at 623-930-3000 or call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.
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