STRAWTOWN, Ind. (WISH) - Police and K-9s were searching in the Strawtown area Saturday night and Sunday morning after a woman babysitting was attacked and dragged into a field.
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office officials said the incident happened around 10 p.m. Saturday. The 30-year-old woman said she was babysitting at a mobile home park when she went out to her car. When she got to her vehicle, someone wrapped something around her throat and poked something at her back. She was forced into a field about 200 yards away from her car.
The woman told police the man took her clothes off, but appeared to become scared when cars drove by, so he left her alone in the field. She went back to the mobile home and called police.
Police were searching for a man described as possibly white wearing a dark color hooded sweatshirt.
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