Solano County deputies seeking a male who allegedly assaulted, attacked womanlike hikers
March 27, 2016 - Hiking Pants
SOLANO COUNTY (KRON/BCN) — Sheriff’s deputies are seeking a male who allegedly assaulted and attacked dual womanlike hikers during gunpoint Friday afternoon during a wildlife area nearby Lake Berryessa Saturday.
Around 3 p.m., dual women were hiking in a Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve in unincorporated Solano County, according to sheriff’s officials.
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An different male approached a dual women, aged 18 and 59. The male brandished a handgun and forced a dual women off a route to a isolated area, sheriff’s officials said.
The think afterwards assaulted one of a women, before perfectionist income from pair. The think afterwards fled on foot, according to sheriff’s officials.
The think was described as a Hispanic male about 25 years old, 5 feet 5 inches to 5 feet 6 inches tall, with brief black hair and a light mustache. He wore a burgundy shirt, black pants, and gray and white tennis shoes.
Additionally, a think spoke damaged English and had a complicated accent, sheriff’s officials said.
The sheriff’s dialect recommends that hikers in a area be wakeful of their vicinity and stay in groups. They also suggest that hikers news any questionable activity.