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Posted on: May 13, 2020

Suspect Sought in Union Park Trail Attack


Yesterday, officers from the Little Elm Police Department responded to a  call of a woman attacked by a male subject while jogging near Union Park Boulevard and Fishtrap Road in the Union Park subdivision north of U.S. 380 in Little Elm. 

The subject was dressed in all black, and was wearing a black hoodie, and a black and white bandana scarf around his face. He is between 5’11" and 6’ tall and between 240 and 270 pounds. 

The victim fought back, potentially injuring the subject. The subject was caught fleeing the scene in a vehicle by nearby video cameras. 

The vehicle has been confirmed as a 2019 or 2020 Cadillac XT4 Premium in Twilight Blue.

The subject’s vehicle is pictured below. 

The Little Elm Police Department is asking anyone who sees this vehicle or a person fitting the description with fresh injuries to call the department at 214-975-0460 and ask to speak to Sgt. St. Pe. 

The LEPD reminds residents that crimes of this nature are very rare in Little Elm, but no area is impervious to crime. 

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