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Seward County Sheriff's Office Seeks Suspect
03/02/2010

The Seward County Sheriff's Office is investigating a reported aggravated assault that occured on Friday evening. On Friday, February 26, at approximately 11:30PM, the Seward County Sheriff's Office received a report from a 20 year old female that she was travelling on a county road when her vehicle was struck from behind repeatedly by a black GMC Sonoma. The female stated that after striking her vehicle several times, the driver of the GMC truck, then forced her vehicle from the road into a ditch.

The Seward County Sheriff's Office is seeking anyone with information leading to the identification of the driver of this vehicle. The vehicle is described as a 1998 - 2004 Black GMC Sonoma with a dark rear window. The vehicle was driven by a Hispanic male between 20 - 25 years old, and approximately 5'5' - 5'6" with a shaved head.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Lana Gudgel at the Seward County Sheriff's Office at 620-309-2000

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