Video footage may help identify attacker of UW student
Seattle police detectives have found video footage that they are hoping may help them identify the person who attacked a University of Washington...
By Seattle Times staff
Seattle police detectives have found video footage that they are hoping may help them identify the person who attacked a University of Washington student with a hammer earlier this month.
Seattle police spokeswoman Reneé Witt said the footage may have been some type of surveillance video, and detectives are working on enhancing it.
It has not been determined whether or not the video will be useful in revealing something about the attacker, she said.
Police believe the person who attacked a 22-year-old student near Northeast 47th Street and 18th Avenue Northeast is a white male, 20 to 30 years in age, with short, possibly brown, hair.
The clean-shaven man is believed to be between 5-foot-8 and 6 feet in height, with an average build. He may have been wearing a dark baggy jacket, dark baggy jeans and a light-colored hat or head cover.
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