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COCHISE, Ariz. -

Deputies are looking for a suspect who allegedly assaulted a woman when she arrived home on Monday.

Cochise County Sheriff's Office says a 34-year-old woman was talking on the phone with her boyfriend when she arrived at his home in Cochise, about 25 miles from Willcox.

She reportedly saw a red faded newer model Dodge truck backed up to the back door of the home.

When she went inside, deputies say she saw a man trying to take a flat screen television off the wall.

The suspect then allegedly threw something at her, jumped on her and then tackled her to the ground. The woman says he physically assaulted her before leaving the home.

The woman's boyfriend called deputies and they found the 34-year-old woman lying in the living room when they arrived.

She was taken to a hospital for treatment.

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

According to the woman, the suspect's truck had a rear bumper accessory that looked like bull testicles.

If you have any information, call the Sheriff's office at 520-432-9500.

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