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Pontiac woman: I woke up to a man sexually assaulting me

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The victim's home where she says she was sexually assaulted in the middle of the night The victim's home where she says she was sexually assaulted in the middle of the night
PONTIAC, Mich. (WJBK) -

Pontiac Police are seeking a suspect after a woman says she woke up to a stranger sexually assaulting her.

Deputies were called to a home on Montana Street. The victim told police she awoke one night when she felt a finger penetrate her. She says she opened her eyes and saw one man in her room, who ran away when she woke up. She searched the home, which she has lived in for approximately three weeks now, and did not find him there.

The victim says her two daughters and niece also told her about experiencing a similar situation multiple times.

"My daughter asked if we have ghosts because she thought she felt a man touching her," the victim shared with Fox 2's Robin Murdoch.

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to hear more from the victim in Murdoch's report

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  • Black male with a medium build
  • Aged in his mid 20s
  • Has dreadlocks, and possibly some scars on his face
  • Last seem wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt with the word "Duke" on it


If you have any information call the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.

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