SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah (ABC 4 News) – South Salt Lake Police are looking for a man seen in surveillance video at the scene of an attempted sexual assault.
On January 2, a 19-year-old female, attended a going-away party at a friend’s house. The victim said she remembers drinking a glass of water and then her memory began to fade.
At about 1:00 A.M. on January 3, 2013 the victim realized she was lying next to a large tree near a church in the area of 1585 West 2640 South in West Valley City.
The victim was able to call a friend to pick her up. The victim had her keys but did not know where her car was or how she arrived at the church. The incident was reported to Salt Lake City Police because her vehicle was not where she left it.
A friend of the victim called her 10 days later and asked her why her car was parked at the Maverick Country Store on South Temple Street in South Salt Lake. The victim's car was covered with snow and had been parked at the Maverik County Store since the night of January 2, 2013.
South Salt Lake Police are investigating the incident and have video from the Maverik Country Store that reveals a man put the victim into his vehicle and drive away northbound on West Temple.
The man is described as 30-40 year-old Hispanic male, with possibly a mustache or goatee, short shaved hair and a large build.
He is seen wearing a yellow ball cap, blue, green & white flannel jacket with a dark hood, blue jeans and brown work boots.
He was driving a late model maroon Ford Expedition with chrome wheels and chrome body trim.
If anyone knows the identity of the man in the photos please contact South Salt Lake Police Dispatch at 801-840-4000.