Reward Now At $10,000 In Arc Thrift Store Assault Case
DENVER (CBS4) – The reward for information has jumped in the case of a man who groped a woman with Down Syndrome.
Police are continuing to search for a man they say is responsible for the attack at an Arc Thrift Store on South Broadway on Sept. 1.
The reward is now at $10,000 after donations from the Mile High Down Syndrome Association, Arc Thrift Stores and an anyomous donor.
The suspect was described as being white and about 6 feet tall with very short hair or a shaved head.
Denver police released surveillance pictures of the suspect a few days after the attack.