LYNNWOOD, Wash. - Officials with the Lynnwood police department said a man who is suspected of sexually assaulting and robbing a 33-year-old woman in a wooded area last month turned himself in on Tuesday.
The attack is alleged to have happened July 26 in the 17100 block of Highway 99.
The woman reported that she met the man on a bus.
Police said they got off the bus together and went to a nearby business where the woman bought clothes.
She then went into a wooded area nearby, and police said she reported that the man pushed her down and struck her head on a tree.
Investigators said the woman was sexually assaulted and after the attack, the man allegedly took her money and left.
The woman found her way out of the woods and police said a store employee heard her screaming for someone to call 911.
She was taken to a hospital, where she was treated for her injuries.
Anyone with additional information about the alleged robbery and sexual assault is asked to contact Detective Sattarov at 425-670-5633 or rsattarov@LynnwoodWA.gov and reference Lynnwood Police Case #2019-27078.
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