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D.C. Police Release Video Of Suspect Wanted In Connection To Sexual Assault

D.C. police have released video of a man they say is suspected in a sexual assault that happened last week.

Authorities say the attack occurred late last Tuesday night in the Friendship Heights neighborhood, when a man demanded money from a woman on Wisconsin Avenue, forced her into an alley and sexually assaulted her.

The recording shows the suspect walking down the street in a coat.

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