Man followed woman through downtown Orlando and attacked her in apartment, police say


ORLANDO, Florida. – Orlando police are looking for a man they believe followed a woman through downtown Orlando and attacked her inside her apartment.

The attack happened in the early hours of September 5 when the man followed the woman to her home in downtown Orlando, entered her apartment without permission and stole money from the woman’s wallet. woman while assaulting her, police said.

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The woman was lightly injured in the attack, police said.

On Wednesday, police released surveillance video of the man who was seen strolling downtown before following someone outside bars on Pine Street near Central Boulevard. Police did not release the name of the apartment complex where the attack occurred.

The man was described as tall and muscular, with a bald head and a beard. Police said the man was wearing a black shirt, black pants and black sneakers, along with a gold necklace, club bracelets and an Apple wristwatch.

According to police, the man appears to have multiple tattoos on his chest and a Japanese symbol of strength on his left upper arm.

Orlando police are looking for a man wanted in connection with burglary and battery. (Orlando Police Department)

Anyone who recognizes the man is asked to call 321-235-5300 or contact Crimeline anonymously at 800-423-8477.

Orlando police are looking for information on a man who police say is suspected of burglary and assault. On September 5 at around 2 a.m., the man followed a woman home to her apartment in downtown Orlando, at which point he entered her apartment without permission and engaged in alleged battery , police said.

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