Concord police seek public’s help in identifying assailant in random attack

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CONCORD — Concord Police are calling for public assistance in identifying a suspect involved in a random attack on a local resident on Iron Works Road near Martin Field and Madison Street on March 30.

The incident occurred shortly after 10 p.m. when a woman, who was on her back porch, was assaulted by an unknown male.

According to the victim, the assailant emerged from a nearby wooded area, pushed her down by the throat, and struck her multiple times in the face before fleeing in an unspecified direction.

The suspect is described as a white male in his late 30s, tall, thin, with an unkempt, scraggly beard. He was reportedly wearing a green and white plaid shirt at the time of the attack.

Earlier on the same evening, a neighbor reported seeing an individual walking through backyards along Iron Works Road, which may be connected to the incident.

In response to this assault, Concord Police are urging anyone who noticed suspicious activities in the vicinity of Iron Works Road, Madison Street, and Martin Field between 8 p.m. and midnight on March 30 to come forward.

Residents with home video surveillance systems are also requested to review their footage for any unusual activity during that period.

Information can be shared with the Concord Police Department, or tips can be submitted anonymously via the Concord Regional Crimeline at (603) 226-3100.

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