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DENVER - Denver Police are asking for help from the public in identifying a man who touched a woman while she slept in her own house.
According to Crime Stoppers, the woman awoke sometime after 6 a.m. Tuesday to a man touching her. She told police she didn't know the man and he ran out of the house when she woke up.
It happened in the vicinity of W. 49th Avenue and King Street, just north of Interstate 70 and Lowell Boulevard, according to police.
The victim described the suspect as being a white or Hispanic male of medium height and build. He has dark hai, a goatee and bushy eyebrows.
The suspect was wearing a white t-shirt with an unknown logo on the center of it, cargo shorts and off-white running shoes with tube socks folded down to the ankles.
If you live in the area around Regis University and you saw someone matching this description Tuesday, please call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867). You can also send a text message to 274637 with DMCS at the beginning of the message. Callers can remain anonymous. The tip line is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.