Cathleen Falsani of the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting that Tinley Park police are searching for a man they say raped a woman outside the Tweeter Center on the evening of Aug. 10.
The woman told police the man assaulted her between 10 and 10:30 p.m. in the Tweeter Center parking lot, just as a rock concert by heavy metal bands DIO, MOTÖRHEAD and IRON MAIDEN was wrapping up, Tinley Park police Investigator David Cyborski said.
The alleged rapist is described as a "very muscular" 35-year-old man, 6 feet 1 inch tall, weighing about 220 pounds, with brown eyes, long black hair and a medium complexion, Cyborski said. The man was driving a newer model Chevy Silverado pickup truck, silver in color with black leather interior, he said.
"We haven't made an arrest yet, and we're still following up on leads," Cyborski said, noting that some concertgoers would have been heading to their vehicles about the time of the alleged attack.
Anyone with information about the attack should call Cyborski at (708) 444-5336 or the Tinley Park Police Department at (708) 532-9111.
(Source: Chicago Sun-Times)
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