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CCSO seeks assistance in assault case

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Cochise County Sheriff's Office responded to an assault that look place at a residence in Cochise, Arizona, approximately 25 miles south of Wilcox.

The caller advised that he was on the phone with his girlfriend who was reportedly at his home in Cochise when he heard her scream and the phone went dead.

The caller advised that he was trying to call her back without success and he was en route to the home from Tucson.

When sheriff's deputies arrived at the home, they discovered the 34-year old female was lying on the floor in the living room.

Deputies requested medical assistance for the woman and she advised them that when she had came home after 10 a.m., she observed a red faded newer model Dodge truck with a distinctive rear bumper accessory with the appearance of bull testicles backed up to the back door of them home.

The victim had been talking to her boyfriend on the phone and advised him that someone was at the home. As she entered, she observed a male subject trying to take a flat screen television off of the wall.

When the male subject saw her, he threw an object at her before jumping on her and knocking her to the floor. The victim advised that the male subject physically assaulted her before leaving the home.

The male subject is described as a white male, in his 40's, 5'10 to 6'0 tall, stocky build, brown and gray hair, wearing a black tank top and jeans.

The victim was transported to a local hospital where she is being treated for injuries sustained during the attack.

The Cochise County Sheriff's Office is asking for assistance from the community and public at large to help identify this dangerous suspect before another incident occurs.

If anyone has any information please contact the Sheriff's office at 520-432-9500.

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