Police release sketch of one suspect in Medina Township sexual assault

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MEDINA, OH - Police in Medina Township have released a description of the suspects wanted in connection with a sexual assault. Late Saturday night they released a sketch of one of the suspects.

"Things like this just don't happen in Medina,” said the manager at the Medina Christmas Tree Farm.

The woman didn’t want to be identified, but tells Fox 8 the incident comes as a surprise.

"It's such a quiet, nice neighborhood, I know a lot of people who live on the street.”

sketchPolice are looking for three men between the ages of 20 and 40 years old. One of them was wearing a khaki work coat and another was wearing a dark green or black coat. They were driving a white pick-up truck.

The attack happened December 3 at about 5:45 p.m. at the intersection of Hamilton and Blakeslee Roads. According to Chief David Arbogast, the woman was out jogging when the vehicle  pulled up next to her. One person got out of the car to allegedly ask for directions. It was then that the victim was sexually assaulted.

She was taken to a local hospital.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Medina Township Police Department at 330-723-1408.

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