Investigators searching for suspect in Boulder County vehicular assault

Woman run over outside Boulder

The Boulder County Sheriff's Office is seeking information on an assault which happened on Sunday, Oct. 27, at about 3:20 p.m. on Flagstaff Road outside Boulder.

 

According to investigators, the victim was walking up Flagstaff road with her boyfriend when a woman in a newer model blue Subaru Outback wagon began shouting at the pair.

"She started screaming out the window that we need to get off the road since it was her private road," the victim, who didn't want to be identified, told 7NEWS.

Boulder County investigators said she accosted the pair two more times then accelerated, hitting the victim with her Subaru before driving off.

"The next thing I knew, I heard the zoom, the car sped up and she went right after me and hit me on the left side of my body.  I fell off on my left hip, I hit my toes, I hit my left side of my body and I was laying in a ditch," the victim said.

The woman was taken to the emergency room where doctors told her she had a broken toe among other bruising.

"I have a contusion on my left side of my body, my left arm and my left shoulder and on my left hip as the same with a broken toe and open wounds on all my toes as apparently she ran over all of my foot," she said.

The victim said she's had nightmares about what happened and has had a hard time resuming her normal life.  She hopes someone will call police and turn the suspect in.

"It's gotta be somebody's coworker, it has to be somebody's daughter, it has to be somebody's best friend.  I hope somebody will be able to identify this person and come forward," the woman said.

The Boulder Sheriff's Office said the suspect is a white female between 25-35 years old with shoulder length dirty blonde hair smoking possibly Virginia Slim cigarettes.  She was driving a newer model sky blue Subaru Outback wagon possibly with "Choose Life" or similar type Colorado plates.

If you have any information, call the Boulder County Sheriff's Office at 303-441-3650 or Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.  You can remain anonymous and earn up to a $2,000 reward.

 

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