Deputies: 2 women assaulted, attacked while hiking nearby Lake Berryessa
March 28, 2016 - Hiking Pants
Solano County sheriff’s deputies are looking for an armed male concerned in an attack and spoliation of dual women who were hiking on a route nearby Lake Berryessa, officers said.
Two women, ages 18 and 59, were hiking about 3 p.m. Friday in a Cold Canyon area when a man, believed to be about 25 years old, went adult to them, showed a handgun and forced a span off a route to a isolated area, deputies said.
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The male assaulted one of a women, demanded income and fast ran from a area, according to investigators.
Officers trust a male might be vital within a ravine area.
He is described as being about 5 feet 5 inches to 5 feet 6 inches high with brief black hair, a really light mustache and was final seen wearing a burgundy shirt, black pants and gray and white tennis shoes, officers said. He spoke damaged English with a really complicated accent.
The Solano County Sheriff’s Office is enlivening hikers and others in a area to use caution, keep a sharp eye on their surroundings, travel in groups and news any and all questionable activity to a sheriff’s office.
Cold Canyon is a renouned area for internal hikers.
Anyone with information about a occurrence or a male is asked to call a Solano County Sheriff’s Office during 707-784-7058.