BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A woman walking along US 441 just north of Glades Road told the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office that she was accosted by a man in a white truck who asked for a cigarette, then threw her into the tuck and raped her.
The victim told investigators that “the driver asked her for a cigarette. When (the victim) was reaching in her purse for the cigarette, she heard one of the doors on the truck slam shut. The next thing she could remember was being smacked in the face and pulled into the truck. Once in the truck she stated that the white male then began to undress her and insert his pe–s into her vag–a. (The victim) stated she passed out and later woke up int he parking lot a Motel 6 in Pompano, where she was told to exit the vehicle.”
The alleged suspect is described as a short hispanic white male, aged 21-30.
The victim, according to police, called the supervisor of the halfway house where she resides who convinced her to go to an area hospital where a rape kit examination was performed.
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