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Sketch released of suspected Comanche rapist

COMANCHE – Law enforcement have released a composite sketch of a suspect in a “violent sexual assault” from April 6 near Comanche lake.

The black and white image released by Comanche police shows a thinly built white man with pale skin, covered in freckles. He is described as being unshaven/stubbled with rotting, missing teeth and a deep voice. He has light red hair with a receding hairline that’s in a buzz cut and has a vertical scar on his left cheek under an eye. The victim left a large, deep bite mark on his chest. He may be wearing Carhart lace-up boots and is described as having a “strong odor of oil field mud about his person.” At the time of the assault, he was seen wearing a dirty white Murray State T-shirt with blue lettering.

The man is wanted for the assault that happened on the north side of Comanche Lake in a wooded area the evening of April 6. The victim, who Comanche Police Chief William Straily described as being “severely beaten and sexually assaulted” sustained some serious injuries, none of which were life-threatening.

The assault investigation is being conducted by the Comanche Police Department and the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation processed the crime scene and recovered forensic evidence that is being analyzed.

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